No One Really Ever Forgets..x

September 24, 2008
By rebecca bicknell, Hastings, ZZ

Enveloped by the world.
“Return to sender”
Scalded into fresh skin.
Her tainted whispers become viperous
Taking you to an ominous, anaemic frame.
There hangs a stainless pale wall.
Towering, intimidating and destroying.
Teeth grinding, as concrete is churned deep into your skull.
Encased by over powering statue figures.
Bringing you concealed with remorse.
Horizons flame, yearning and turning with guilt.
Plummeted feet from the surface.
Contained as feelings are taped and deforested.
Eyes like fields of green well up into tears.
Unspoken, she simply disappears.

The author's comments:
this poem was inspired by my own personal feelings of teenage life.

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on Oct. 9 2008 at 1:55 am
being published in teen ink raw! =]



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