Justin Robert Cooper

Rookie (17/05/1985 / London, England)

Campus - Poem by Justin Robert Cooper

The college campus holds my fear
Staring down as I draw near
Tall, foreboding, scraping the sky
You can’t escape it if you try

The halls; the belly of the beast
Swarm with people, to say the least
A tunnel of eyes piercing my heart
Scrutinising; tearing apart

I’m the loner in the crowd
Unconcealed by fear’s dark shroud
Trapped inside these prison walls
Of the campus and its halls.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 8, 2008

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