Cassidy Fohs

Bullhead City, AZ

The sun blazes down
I tread the bare ground
My heart it is beating
I am over heating
My skin it is pink
I need a drink
I need not stay
It's to hot of a day
The sweat runs down my face
I decide I hate this place
My feet they hurt
I'm tired of dirt
I don't want to stay
But get away
I feel like I'm burning
My heart it is yearning
To never again see
The sun blazing down on me

Submitted: Thursday, May 09, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 10, 2013

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The poem is about where I live (Bullhead City, AZ where in the summer it is usually 100 up to 120 degrees.)

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