Hospital Hallways

March 5, 2009
By Shannon gower BRONZE, Auburn, New York
Shannon gower BRONZE, Auburn, New York
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Stone, battered, bleeding walls
Of putrid, ghastly green, ever
Changing as the room spins on.

Grisly charts of Es and Eyes
Plastered on by liquid ooze.
Doctors chasing, around and around,
Blast my mind into a place of peril.

Hospital gowns covering beasts
In blue, their claws are latching,
Their sharpened needles piercing,
It all has melted away and I being
The merry-go-round spin again.



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on Mar. 17 2009 at 12:16 am
i like the way it's alittle abstract, but eassy to imagine, i like hoe everything is seen from a different view htan normal that's interesting, you havee serious talent, check out my poem too at TeenInk.com/raw/Poetry/article/86458/Our-Morning-Run-Through-LIfe/

or TeenInk.com/raw/Poetry/article/92204/Unstable/


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