Snapped Photo

January 27, 2010
By Karma_Crow PLATINUM, Savannah, Georgia
Karma_Crow PLATINUM, Savannah, Georgia
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Favorite Quote:
"Behold thy sorrow of the tears that streak down our cheek and made upon of what he is. Behold our sorrow that we hold within us. Show ye thee of the how we feel of each of us."- Lestat


Moments before
The photo was snapped
I could feel it
As I walked
Down the
Errily lit hotel halls
It chilled me
To the core
To just
Stand there
Infront of the
Old staircase
Something happened
Moments before
A long time ago
I remember my mom
Telling me long ago,
"History repeats itself."
Evently, this was true.
I had to move
So I walked
To my room
Something still
Was not right
My door was already opened
I didn't feel safe
But I still had to go in
So I did
The sight
The smell
Horrfied me
To a point
Where I was in shock
I had only seen
This in those
Law and Order shows
In NCIS
But this was diffrent
It was real life
Not a show
I felt
As if I was the victim
Not him
So I ran
Our the room
To the staircase
That is where
I snapped this photo
Of my horror.


The author's comments:
My American literature teacher gave us photos and told us to use our senses to write something about it. Of course, I got the creepy looking hotel hallway. My friend crowded around me, trying to figure out what was at the end of the hallway. I wrote this poem for my class and absultly loved the atmoasphere. Everyone loved my poem.

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