Columbine

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
A poem Inpired by the horrific events at columbine high school

Submitted: January 12, 2008

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Swallow up the heartbreak fast
Bite down on the lies
Nibble on the bitterness
And let it rot inside
Build up all the rage you can
And stomach all the fights
And sooner then the eye can blink
The space inside grows tight
For your building up the feelings
That drive you to the brink
When you kill the one that holds you
And shes bleeding in the sink
And then you snap and take the gun
While walking into school
The bodies dropping to the ground
Blood still running while it pools
the fun is gone, Your brains gone numb
Then its stuck you what you've done
The adrenaline comes rushing in,
 and you slowly start to run.
As you see the gun still in your hand
You throw it to the side
And run farther than the eye can see
Not knowing where to hide
Then you reach the end,
Another place a new life can begin
And should you get to bottling up…
Then the blood shed starts again


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