Angelica Duardo

Rookie - 0 Points (September 1987 / San Diego California)

Breaking News Poem by Angelica Duardo


Recently, I’ve been lost in space
I can’t bring myself back to earth
I can’t answer all your questions
I forget who am I and who I love

Recently, I can’t make any sense
My empty words reflect my soul
I am as empty as the bottle of a drinker
I’m tougher than the beating of the heart

I turn on the television
I see my face on the screen
They call my name, they warn you all
They say I’m dangerous for you and all

I’m the braking news,
I’m the main attraction
I have news for you,
I have kill attraction

I made sure that you hated me
Now you think I’m repulsive
I ended all the passion, all the action
And made you so unhappy, so unhappy

I turn on the television
I see my face on the screen
They call my name, they warn you all
My head has this big reward

I’m the braking news,
I’m the main attraction
I have breaking news,
I have kill attraction

I have news for you
Boy, you know I have never loved you
I have breaking news
I have killed your passion

Submitted: Friday, April 04, 2008
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