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Thoughts of a Childish Adult This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

Courage does not need to travel in words.
Spellcheck varies in different worlds.
My interpretation is broken.
The language of love is unspoken.
However can be expressed with a mouth.
Letters in measures undeniable –
what is it all about?
Life is a racecar.
On a highway set apart
You never really know where you are.
Longitude and latitude
Depth or altitude.
Location is an abrasion.
Wounds in a dramatization.
Like this poem.
Meaningless thoughts for when
I feel lonesome.
You'll never know where you are.
Life is a racecar.
Up or down, ill or sane.
Either way you read it, it's always the same.
Love is unspoken;
The language is written in kisses.
The warmth for your heart is difficult to
remember when you're apart.
Courage does not travel in words,
But in a pair of eyes to keep me
moving forward.
That motivation is all I see.
All I believe.
For now my highways are clean.
No traffic jams.
But then again, I never really know where I am.

This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. This piece has been published in Teen Ink’s monthly print magazine.




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