Adrienne Clark Strachn

Rookie (December 6 / New York)

Baggage Poem by Adrienne Clark Strachn


wouldn't be no baggage it would be luggage
dealing with you.
Bad past,
trying to make me a part of it
Somethings should not be said
some things should just get lost.


Could be luggage
nice expensive luggage
the kind that's durable
last for a long time
the kind you don't mind showing people
people are proud to have around.

Too much baggage,
shut your mouth
your words, your actions
words spoken unkind, of your past
your thoughts have been violated


Let your baggage be lost
Get some new Luggage
Throw the garbage out

Submitted: Saturday, April 7, 2012

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