Choosing Sides

September 25, 2010
By jmd96 GOLD, Bradenton, Florida
jmd96 GOLD, Bradenton, Florida
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Favorite Quote:
A poem is never finished- only abandoned


Voices thrust
themselves at
Me
Stabbing
Hurting
Enticing
Incentives are draped
Around my shoulders
Beckoning
Calling
I will have to
Choose
The void of
Blue mass
Grins
Maliciously
Frothy
Briney
Fingers
Brushed by the
Wind
Fiddling with us
Picking us apart
One
By
One
His
Voice
Caresses me
Trembling with cold
Anticipation
Her voice
Flames of
Heat
And
Warmth
Lick my toes
And crawl up my body-
Burrowing in my
Brain
Though much has changed
And grown
Regret slithers
From the ragged corners
Of my family
Torn apart
By
The
Sea


The author's comments:
Well I wrote this in class where we had to write ofr 10 minutes about choosing sides I wrote about my dad and mom asking me choose which one to help in court, at the time when I left England to Florida I thought the sea had torn us apart-but it was my parents

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