Outside The Classroom

by BornAgainWriter   Oct 4, 2008


She's lurking around her world,
Finding nothing but shattered glass,
Around the ground; she will twirl,
Waiting for her next moment to be in class.

Seems like outside of the classroom,
Her mind wanders off into a different place,
With dark entities waiting to consume;
Waiting to capture; waiting to chase.

She doesn't feel right and she doesn't feel safe,
She want's the only thing that matters to her,
Soon enough it'll just be two minutes too late,
She'll be alone in a dark place- for sure.

She want's to reach out to him; tell him,
Exactly how she felt, but she waited to long,
And now the channdelier bulbs are beyond dim,
In her own world; is where she belongs; lifelong.

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  • 10 years ago

    by Alma

    Wow this is a really beautiful poem
    and I can relate to it in so many different ways
    5/5

  • 10 years ago

    by Kelly L

    Absolutely wonderful. 5/5.

  • 10 years ago

    by JustKristina

    Wow ryssie.
    What a captivating piece. Getting your reader to think...and making us feel the pain and anguish.
    Wow hunni... this is really good.
    but i do hate that its coming from you.
    then again.. life isn't always gum drops and lollipops either.
    Wonderfully written and worded. i loved it...
    :]

  • 10 years ago

    by DoRk

    Bomb poem keep it up

  • 10 years ago

    by Gerard Kurt

    Very well written. Chilling!