Commonality-Max Meunier/Dissociative Void

once we have


our bourn indignation

why must we trudge

through the crux

of man’s blunder

pandering wares 

of despondent disrepair


as figments

of desolate filaments



once we have crossed

from the realm 

of idyll

into the abysmal

dominion of truth

who shall remain

to court these afflictions

but the ghastly cast-offs

from our reflection’s fallout



and deboned

we drift

as detritus 

plagued with the pangs

of our own

rote requitement


not even the trope

of our soul’s transmutation

can stay the aggrievance 

that all shall sustain

[Max states: “I write about the things going on in my life. I am a feminist, humanist, cat loving musician bound by whimsy and the incessant analysis of hyper-vigilant observations.  I am obsessed with words and rhythmically woven wordplay.” We are honored to have him as a member of our tribe.]

Max Meunier Poetry



Author: Sudden Denouement

A Global Literary Collective

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