The Ultimatum 2

June 4, 2011
By CarlyPierre DIAMOND, Stamford, Connecticut
CarlyPierre DIAMOND, Stamford, Connecticut
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Favorite Quote:
"Success is what you make it, Take it how it comes"!

One night it was dark
Rain poured from the sky
Lightning struck, thunder bolted
The walls caved in
Blood rushed to my head
I wanted to jump out of my skin
Then I feel hard on the floor
My body was weak
As I sweated from dehydration
Whit lights flashed brightly
Saliva dripped down my cheeks
Tears dried on my face
It was so cold
I’ve been beat by police
Having broken ribs, bones and teeth
But nothing hurts more than my pride
Prison was an experience
Memories last an eternity
Still feels like yesterday
All windows in my home were open
However the whiskey smell remained
And the ecstasy high grew worse
Someone intruded my home
Their footsteps got closer
I rose and sat on the window sill
My room door opened
My whole life ran through my mind
Ny’s taxis awaited me
Billboards stared me in they eye
No more pleasure from deceit
The room was bright after two claps
Jr. stood at the door with a look
We stared at one another in wonder
I’m sorry were my last words
He jumped forward
I startled tensely out of fear
Finally I fell with my son on my front

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