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Poetry By: MoxieRoxie
Poetry



This was something I made for a class. It is really good and its one of my first.


Submitted:Feb 9, 2013    Reads: 35    Comments: 3    Likes: 1   


Shinning memories fuse to my brain as they show up.

Some not as good as others

Such as

The tedious cussing pushing my mom away from work

That left her job-less.

Blasting music hastening my thoughts to fill my empty head,

Fading out all the bad things

To a small place where

A dull green room alters to my ever altering heart.

Scenes changing to one place to relax, where

Sapphire water comes in to the shore and

Smoldering heat radiates just barely though my ice cold skin,

Not nearly enough to warm me up completely.

Fresh and salty air twists though space reaching my face.

The grainy sand imprints with the foot prints that press down with every step.

Oblivious laughing erupts though my mind

Reminding when we were all

Bubbly kindergartners,

That would hop though a game of hopscotch.

Making me wishing no, wanting, that violet house

Placed on a ledge pointed to a sea

Wanting nothing, but to be always happy, with no worries ever again.





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