invasion

June 1, 2010
By cavatina BRONZE, New York, New York
cavatina BRONZE, New York, New York
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thanks a lot captain obvious


It was a quiet night
till the police barged in
All looking for that one special kid
Screaming yelling kicking down doors
as if they were preparing for a bunch of wars
Pointing guns to our heads
when all we were doing was lying in bed
There was
crying and screaming
People were shaken
We were all terribly awaken
An ambulance parked outside
just in case bullet and head collide
For what seemed like hours
they invaded my home.
I looked at the clock
It was 4 am
What just happened?
Was it all a dream?
Sadly, it was reality.
The police barged in
without a single sign
Now our loved one is doing time
But,
What was done is what they needed to do
and for us that experienced it
Well, we were the lucky few.


The author's comments:
i was inspired to write this poem because i went through this type of invasion, so one day i was thinking about that night and the poem just came to me.

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on Jul. 17 2010 at 12:22 am
cavatina BRONZE, New York, New York
2 articles 0 photos 15 comments

Favorite Quote:
thanks a lot captain obvious

thank you so much!

ferrarii kid said...
on Jul. 17 2010 at 12:21 am
AMAZING!!!!!! This girl has a true passion for her work. She has a bright future ahead of her. I have read many poems and this is by far the best one. well done!

on Jul. 16 2010 at 11:50 pm
cavatina BRONZE, New York, New York
2 articles 0 photos 15 comments

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thanks a lot captain obvious

idk y tht pic came up sry




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