Blocking the Sun

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
A girl is badly injured because someone decided to drink and drive. She remembers the accident as she lies in her hospital bed, waiting for death to claim her.

Submitted: March 15, 2008

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Submitted: March 15, 2008



My gaze is drawn to the window,

But the blinds keep me from seeing.

I know the sun is shining,

But the clouds beg to differ.

My bed is where I lie,

Wherereality drifts to dream,

And dreams can never be trusted.

My eyelids flutter quickly,

Bringing me from my dreams.

But was it really a dream?

In this bed, there's no way to tell.

But am I awake even now?

I try to sit up,

But then remember the accident.

It was like a bad dream,

But I know I'm awake.

I should be able to get up,

But he was drinking.

If onlyhe hadn't been drinking...

But he was, and I can't.

This is how it ends.

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