The Unmoving Man
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The story of a man who waits for the world to change.

The Unmoving Man

by glennhenley

Shallow breathing Eyes sunk deep into their sockets Barely moving, never speaking Hands shoved into pockets

Petulance this is not But deep-rooted misery Sorrow at meaningless rot And a life of disharmony

The lone man stands as ever in his place Protesting silently against the world around Pain etched across his face Yet strong, feet planted on the ground

Passersby barely give him a glance Yet he there for days he remains Perhaps one day there is a chance Someone will notice, something will change

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4 months agoReply
The first two paragraphs are my favorite. They really paint a stunning word picture.