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Raw Ramen Noodles & Hopeless Miracles

Poetry By: Tihomir
Poetry


This is a basic summary of my life so far. It doesn't go into details, but it labels specific objects that played a big role in my life.


Submitted:Jan 26, 2012    Reads: 38    Comments: 2    Likes: 2   


I am from the freezing snow,

To inside, I could not go.

I come from an orphanage,

A dirty, scary, unknown village,

Thus, forming my deep, dark image.

Sometimes closets,

Were my hiding place.

They were my room

Were I'd hide my face.

A new adoption,

A new part of Hell,

All disguised as a miracle.

A scary basement,

A bloody knife,

Raw Ramen Noodles,

And, "Three Little Kittens"

An accusation,

A misunderstanding,

A Psycho Hospital,

And mental treatments.

Another environment,

A new set of parents,

Too many rules,

And a crazy church.

Pasta with red sauce,

Frightening flashbacks,

Glass-shattering screams,

Vomit and tears.

Dreams of a bathtub,

Duct tape and shampoo,

Ice cold water,

And Pneumonia too.

A nice and funny girl,

My new true friend,

Held in secrets and tears,

Finally revealed.

Worthless feeling,

A sister with rope,

A compassionate teacher,

A brand new hope.

A hopeless fantasy,

Held in for two years,

A fight with my parents,

A tearful talk with my teacher.

A move to California,

A quick decision made,

A note to my teacher,

And all my troubles seem to fade.

After fourteen years of struggle,

I can finally have some laughter.

I can sit back and enjoy,

My Happily Ever After (for now).





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