The Dark, Dark Night... (mnj)

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A poem about the night I left my birth parents

Submitted: January 08, 2014

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I wake up to hear
yelling and shouting.
 
"Uh oh, Mom and Dad
are at it again." I say to myself.
 
I stay in my sodden bed.
To terrified to move.
 
All of a sudden I hear loud sirens.
Red, Blue and Yellow lights fill
my bedroom.
 
I hear my doorknob turn.
Terrified, I pull the covers of my head.
 
Next thing I know, I hear my Mom
and Dad call my name, I try to run
to them.
 
I look up to see the kind face of a
kind policeman.
 
Terror races through my veins.
I try hard to squirm out of his arms.
 
But..... I am being carried to my
Grandmother's van.
 
"Elida! Elida! Come here!"
I hear my Mom scream.
 
I look outside the window to only see,
my Mom and Dad being shoved into a car.
 
Frantically, I try to open the door.
But.....it's locked!!!!
 
Grandmother drives slowly away
from Our House.
 
Goodbye Mom and Dad.
 
Goodbye Forever.


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