Another City Street

June 19, 2009
By Dazed PLATINUM, Teaneck, New Jersey
Dazed PLATINUM, Teaneck, New Jersey
20 articles 7 photos 109 comments

Polka dots of chewed gum on the sidewalk,
Rejected and forgotten on the street,
Picked up carelessly by those on the block,
Lead on by worn shoes housing weary feet.
The pavement’s pattern, tattooed on its face,
Screams ‘pollution’ from its dirty grey eyes,
But the crowds moving at their hurried pace
Hush and mute the mothering sidewalk’s cries.
Orphans grinded into the concrete blocks,
Sticky tears for God’s ruined creation,
Unseen by the mindless that move in flocks,
Their blindness sweeping across the nation.
Oh, how humans continue their descent,
Their downfall documented on the cement.

The author's comments:
This was a sonnet I wrote for Creative Writing Class.

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on Jul. 1 2009 at 8:53 pm
shelby_kat DIAMOND, Warren, Ohio
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"I can sum up everything I've learned about life in three words; it goes on." -Robert Frost

i like this one alot:) u love how descriptive u are




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