Ghost Stories

It’s like I woke up in Japan
Living out my own Ghost Stories
I’m a living and breathing like Keiichirou
Most times I feel like I should break down and cry
But I been remaining strong trying to rid the evils in this world with my words
I wasn’t left a diary
No cheat codes of how to battle these different foes
That plague us and all over the world
There’s no Amanojaku to help us
Or to feed us riddles for us to figure out
It’s like every month we’ve dealt with a new ghoul and we’re left to put them into spiritual sleep
I got my close friends that’ll help me along the way
Better as unit then own my own
Guess I’ll have to leave my words behind for the ones that may deal with this after me
Just like in the shows
There’s always a ghost
There will always be a ghoul
It seems like there can’t be good without evil
Just hopefully it doesn’t get lost in translation with the times

Reggie Johnson is a poet reigning from Cincinnati, Ohio. Starting at the age of nine, Reggie has been writing poetry through their love of music and life experiences. He has 8 books now available on Amazon. You can follow him on Twitter @r_d_johnson and on IG @rdjohnsonwrites.

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