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A Poem Unwritten -Revised 2010
"a poem unwritten" -alternate version
this is a poem unwritten
told by a father who still exists
it's about a boy no longer
and a town that fell asleep
the boy broke the cycle
and ended the piercing silence
he fought with his life
so the people may live longer
but the father was left alone
and now he has a body to bury
this never should have happened
but this is a poem unwritten
told by a father who still exists
that day in class
the boy didn't pay attention
as wrote a poem unwritten
when the boy raised his head
looking for an audience
he found a violent silence
when he raised his hand
to show and tell his poem unwritten
no one listened, no one looked, no one cared
so once more, the boy hid his face
at lunch that day
he cowered mechanically
as sneers and jeers rained
when he raised his head
to find a friend
he found no such thing
when he raised his hand
to share his pain
no one listened, no one looked, no one cared
so once more, the boy hid his face
that night in bed
he fell asleep
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cullentheleprechaun
Cullen McClellan
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United States
I am an individual.
A freethinker.
An opinionated,
Rebellious person.
I am pretty much insane,
But I realize the beauty of insanity.

Current Residence: Athens, Ga
Interests
  • Listening to: Kid Cudi
  • Reading: American Poetry
Well my poems have been removed BY ME because I fear trouble with some serious publishers. If you want to see them simply message me.

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cullentheleprechaun Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2010
i removed them cuz if i didnt i might not be able to publish them with a serious publisher... if some get rejected, which is very likely, i'll post them
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cullentheleprechaun Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2010
I removed them cuz if i didnt i might not be able to publish them with serious publishers
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PlanetCat Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2010  Professional General Artist
uhoh, where did your poetry disappear? Do write some more, Please
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cullentheleprechaun Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2010
Yeah you should definitely type it up and send it to me. i really want to read it!!
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PlanetCat Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2010  Professional General Artist
Nice! There's something in philosophy also though that is quite paradoxical. When you look at Marx or Hegel or Schopenhauer, or whoever, then you see that they enter this circle of contradictions with their open-mindedness, which is that they try to create this perfect system, a PHILOSOPHY of their own, which has its core beliefs etc, and then whatever they do, they still have to follow those primal ideas to make sense of their idea, in order not to fall into contradiction with their own philosophy. It's so that they don't get into opposition with the so called reader. so in a sense they're flawed from that moment forward when they decide to create some ultimate philosophy or try to explain everything in a completely logical manner (inside their school of thought). I take bits and pieces from different writers which seem reasonable and true, but can never follow one certain philosophy myself
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cullentheleprechaun Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2010
I LOVE PHILOSOPHY!! Henry David Thoreau has been very influential in my life. So has John Locke, Voltaire, and a few other enlightenment writers. Thomas Paine has influenced my "religious" stance. The Art of War by Sun Tzu has been helpful in various situations. I wish I were a well-read person on modern philosophy, I kinda stuck in the 1800s with philosophy, largely because it makes sense.
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PlanetCat Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2010  Professional General Artist
As soon as I get it back from my girlfriend, she's had for like a year now, it's hand-written in pencil, that's also an important point in the book, because it gives me the chance to erase parts of it whenever i feel like it because our thoughts and beliefs are in constant changing and develop through time. I'm writing a part II this year :)
Are you into philosophy by any chance, and if, then which authors do you lead. I ask this because, i'm a big admirer of some post-modernist philosophers such as Gilles Deleuze and Michel Foucault. The latter i recommend to anyone who is even slightly interested in the history of schools of thought. Also Nietzsche and Sartre and quite a few others. Lately though, I have become totally unable to read anything, don't know why
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cullentheleprechaun Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2010
so can you send me a copy of that book. you've got my attension
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PlanetCat Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2010  Professional General Artist
nice, i myself have been leaning to the radical left from time immemorial, yet still find some things on the right that make a lot of snese, yet i think politics is in a sense flawed anyway, because it is in a sense 'fundamental', it's weird, i wrote a book about this issue almost exactly a year ago called 'against fundamentality'. basically the point is, that when you follow the philosophy of anti-fundamentality then you detach yourself from all ideologies, religions and political views and become a more tolerant person who is more like a spectator, watching everything from afar totally objectively, and one doesn't have to blindly identify oneself with their beliefs, but take everything as info rather than knowledge, which is much more subjective. And so one becomes a sort of filter, constantly processing the world around him making a logico-objective map of what's going on. and whilst sticking to those spectator virtues still trying to change something, rather than become passive tools for the pre-existing schools of thought which inevitably lead to the conservative-fascist spirals that repeat through time again and again and again. hey, i am a bit drunk, and hehe, this is why i asked for your msn, because i could chat on and on and on :D
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cullentheleprechaun Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2010
well i suppose you could call me a moderate that leans a left on some issues but right on others. i also dont think its a politician's job to hav "opinions" but rather for him or her to be a tool of the people, and what they want. i also tend to agree with thoreau. The best government is the one who governs the least or even not at all, in an ideal world of course.
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