Wishing I was Elsewhere

September 1, 2010
By jordan nicholls SILVER, North Salem, New York
jordan nicholls SILVER, North Salem, New York
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Wind whistles
Through my ears
I tremble
It’s getting to me
The goose bumps crawl up my arms
My eyes water, I close them
Trying to imagine I am somewhere else
I open them
The sun has come
I get that feeling of joy
And my body’s replenishes

Wind whistles
Through my hair
I twitch
It’s getting to me
The sweat trickles down my back
My eyes water, I close them
Trying to imagine I am somewhere else
I open them
The snow is falling
I get that feeling of joy
And my body’s is refreshed


The author's comments:
This poem is about being in different climate conditions. In the first verse it talks about being cold and wishing it was hot and in the second verse it talks about being hot and wishing it was cold

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