In the Name of Justice

By , Lake Forest Park, WA
The bright sunlight shines through the windows,
The clear blue sky is in perfect view.
I stand up from my hard wood chair
And face the stern face in front of me.

I wonder if I’ll ever see the sky again.

I clench my fist to stop the trembling,
I take in a breath to start my rambling.
But it never works.
No one ever listens to me.

I wonder if I’ll ever see the sky again.

Questions are aimed towards me
And I am shot until I can’t breathe.
“I don’t know” is all I can say.
“It’s not me” is all I can say.

I wonder if I’ll ever see the sky again.
The three loud clanks ring in my ear
And her loud voice stops my heart.
It’s over.
A mere word just determined my death.

I don’t think I’ll ever see the sky again.





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