March 1, 2009
By twins4559 BRONZE, Haddonfield, New Jersey
twins4559 BRONZE, Haddonfield, New Jersey
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Letters of all signatures, familiar faces shine in the light
Walking through the glass, circular windows mesmerize.
Caved in on either side, yellow half-moons with dust
The smell of death reeks, as a baby smiles behind discolored print.
Mosaic tiles surround a lone wolf singing a song
As wet gravel moistens from the snows glory
A feeling of dread as 41 and 42 stand among others
As the rustling of a man's jacket while flurries dance among the wind
The puddles of water accepting snow flakes like raindrops
A younger face, same smily, walk it out.

The author's comments:
In my poetry class, we were brought to 10 locations around the school and told to observe what we saw. everyone in the class was placed at different spots at the 10 locations. we then had to make lines about our observations and fit them all together. they did not end up in 1-10 order we traveled to..the locations are completely mixed up.

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