Half Full, half Empty

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

A lot of my writings were from high school when I went through a really tough time. Here's another piece from my high school days.

Fill glass half full, 

You'll drink the other half empty.

Day and night to tomorrow's words,

To turn the page, push and pull.

Almost seems like child's play.

Almost absurd; lost that way.

For as long as I could remember,

It was last september.

Season's changing, rearranging.

Worth saving, pictures remaining.

Drink the glass half empty,

You'll fill the other half full.

Crystal clear inside the glass,

Letting time pass.

Replay, run and play;

Child's play.

The silence, listen.

Our guidance, their division.

Spread on butter, spoke like poison.

Hearts aflutter, my dear boy,

son.


Submitted: March 08, 2021

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