Rebecca Bell


Fish vs. Humans


The fish swim in the coral

and we get stuck in school


Some fish are trapped forever in the aquarium inside the tanks

Some people are trapped by wrongdoings, and are put in prison instead of spanked


Fish swim in schools that look similar to them

Teenagers stay in clicks that I'm sure will never end


Sometimes I go to the aquarium and I admire all the fish

I wonder how many times fish think 'to be a human is all I wish'

Submitted: Sunday, October 17, 2010

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  • Rookie - 13 Points Henrik Berg (2/12/2011 5:14:00 AM)

    You have a very interesting way about your poetry!
    I like that, and have been trying to find something like that
    to make my own 'works' more personal. /H. Berg (Report) Reply

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