The Little Whispers

by BeautifulDisaster   Sep 21, 2007


She walks slowly,
Down the long hallways.

The head phones,
In her ears.

Songs screaming in her ears,
And yet she can still hear them.

Those who stand in the hall,
Whispering as she passes.

Nasty, Gross,
Just a few of the words she hears.

As soon as she hears the first word,
Her pace quickens.

And as soon as she passes them,
A silent tear rolls down her cheek.

She wipes the tear,
While slowing her pace.

Just as she's ok,
She hears another whisper.

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  • 12 years ago

    by Sora Lynn

    I really liked this poem!!
    it was beautiful in every way.
    it showed emotion, and suspense.
    and i love the title and the subject, it's something different.
    you did a wonderful job, keep it up! 5/5.

  • 12 years ago

    by she

    I like that it's so simple but has so much depth

    the ending just makes you feel the hoplessness
    excellant poem

  • 12 years ago

    by MEMI

    This is good heartbrakes are but they can heel if you find another person

  • The ending of the poem wasn't good. It left me thinking what was the last whisper. It's good though. 5/5

    <mOnStRiTo'S pRiNcEsS>

  • 12 years ago

    by Catastrophic Beauty

    Nice poem. Liked the structure, it's very unique. I think you need to expand your vocabulary and use more descriptive words though. 4/5
    But overall, this poem flowed very nicely and was well put together.

    Shannon <3

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