i wish you would change

January 22, 2010
By jade thomas BRONZE, Randal, New York
jade thomas BRONZE, Randal, New York
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I wish you would change

I wish to











want to be
Able to come









home. With no
Worries what









will happen. For
The darkness









that will come upon
Me. When I









walk into the small
House I feel the








warmth against my face.







Cold as the winter ice. I hear the wind




It’s as










scream when you



By you











stand and I shiver


I walk












in place but try to

When














stand tall and face
Breeze
















you but you are
A cold















like a bull ready to
Then

















charge. I wish
But
















for you to change.



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Chelz PLATINUM said...
on Feb. 1 2010 at 1:38 pm
Chelz PLATINUM, Iron Mountain, Michigan
23 articles 3 photos 28 comments

Favorite Quote:
"When life gives you lemons, bite into it and embrace the bitter taste of reality." (My own words)

This is a good poem, but what happened when you submitted it.


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