"The Irony"

Poem by: Alex Sharpe

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Submitted: October 28, 2013

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"The Irony" -- A Poem by Alex Sharpe

 
 
These dark waters keep me calm,

As calm as an exploding nuclear bomb.



The night has came as bright as the sun.

I sit in my bed, wanting to cry and run.



With my dad I walk, and with my dog I talk.

Come with me and you will blindingly see, a

calm and still, raging sea.



The red sea is also and agency.

He's wearing a stolen wire, so its tracking him but stealing them.

This makes no sense but who really cares.

There are few words and little errors.


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