The Fog

May 31, 2011
By AlexanderBorst BRONZE, Madison, Mississippi
AlexanderBorst BRONZE, Madison, Mississippi
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Favorite Quote:
"Give me pain if that's what's real, it's the price we pay to feel." -Next to Normal

A suspended mirrage,
unending and without shape,
lingering in the sky like smoke,

It whispers with it's misty eyes,
it's dampness on my skin,

though its existance poses a hazard,
white walls that conceal and hide,

when you are wrapped around me,
I feel a peace inside.

The author's comments:
The poem is talking about fog, which is the title of the piece. It is really only about fog, and has no hidden meaning. But I guess that is open to interpretation, haha.

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