Silent disco
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lozzabpoems
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Shouting at a silent disco In a hall near San Francisco

Silent disco

Shouting at a silent disco

In a hall near San Francisco

Nobody can hear me yet

The dancers dance

The ravers rave

The gamblers play roulette

I see their bright headphones glisten

They clearly know how to listen

None of these people are deaf

The problem is

They hear music

Those working the bar left

There's something seriously wrong

A crisis that doesn't belong

Not one person but a tier full

Closing their eyes

Loving music

It's what they came here for

There's a flood in the basement

This is no time to be patient

Waters reaching electrics

You must hear me

Aswell as that

Before it gets hectic

Squawking with pure desperation

I ponder their inclination

When the music stops we've lost

The water's here

The door is small

Life could be the real cost

I don't know how much time we've got

It's not likely to be a lot

My arms flailing with the rest

I could die too

Is our fate sealed

Why now is this a test

How can I make them notice me

Stuck in a show rotisserie

They came here to close their eyes

To hear the tones

They heard before

And imagine clear skies

Screaming at a silent disco

In a hall near San Francisco

Not where I thought I would be

Please look at me

You need to see

Death could be the fee

This is past anxiety

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