I just wanted to get a view outlooks on what people may think this means:
"Faults within the crowd define who I am not,
sinking the silent colors of one gone ablaze...
The neon of my mind dying with an unabashed sense of belonging."
I kept it short :p
in your circle of friends or people you stay with...theyre character (faults) doesnt describe you as an individual...the one ablaze that is dying is your individuality becoming part of the group...and the last sentence might mean that even though you loose a part of your individuality you find it good or you want to be accepted in this circle ...I think thats close enough...
you definitely DO NOT have to rhyme poems
for example when using poetic license you are using your own style
dont forget that writing is still art
just go crazy with your writing
do what you feel
--have fun :)
um maybe-just because somebody does something different doesnt mean I am like that person, you are feeling more and more depressed about yourself, you dont belong in with the "crowd"
I feel like there is more... it feels like an unfinished thought. If you changed ""dying"" to ""dies"" or ""is dying"" it will sound more complete.
Maybe sinking down to join the rest of the people? A spark of individuality disappearing within the dullness of 'everyone else'?
Am I close?
Britz, you stole my idea...
you have to RHYME poems...