Where I'm From

February 3, 2017
By madjali GOLD, Pewaukee, Wisconsin
madjali GOLD, Pewaukee, Wisconsin
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I was from a house,
with an emerald green and golden yellow field,
and the sounds of blue birds chirping.

Now I’m from a narrow home,
with houses connected to one another,
and the sounds of neighbors yelling through the thin walls.

I was from a happy, lively home,
with noises in each room,
and the grand piano playing.

Now I’m from a quiet, lonely home,
where the rooms sit silent,
and the antique clock dinging every hour.

I was from a rosy pink bedroom,
with dolls scattered around,
and playing dress up with my sister.

Now I’m from a dull, grey bedroom,
with homework dispersed,
and clothes piled in the corners.

I was from a family,
with a mom and sister that helped me with homework,
and a dad that cooked dinner.

Now I’m from two families,
one with a mom and sister,
another with a dad, stepmom, and three step siblings.

I was seven,
happy, silly, playing outside,
and didn’t have any worries.

Now I’m seventeen,
determined, stressed, and tired, 
but ready to leave my past behind and start my future.



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