Inside Me

January 13, 2012
By MaddiK BRONZE, Fort Collins, Colorado
MaddiK BRONZE, Fort Collins, Colorado
4 articles 3 photos 11 comments

Favorite Quote:
"There is no great writing, only great re-writing."


Inside me lies the couch of laziness, rotting my sense of smell
Inside me lives a lioness that is so lonely now, for when she left to feed her cubs, the river swept her away.
Inside me growls a hunger to run with the ocean, let it sweep me away.
Inside me cries a small child, staring at a watch.
Inside me runs a speeding tire, sharp with points of attitude.
Inside me bounces the never ending sky that travels here and there, but never goes far.
Inside me tails a deep dark secret that will never be released.
Inside me it creeps and crawls, looking for a better future but never finding anything close to what will suffice.



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TTTeeSS GOLD said...
on Mar. 6 2012 at 6:05 pm
TTTeeSS GOLD, La Porte, Colorado
17 articles 6 photos 69 comments

Favorite Quote:
There is no such thing as nothing, yet there is such thing as nothing, simply because there is nothing such as nothing.

I like this piece too. I remember doing an inside me poem last year in school. You've just encouraged me to publish mine!


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