Trissy Thompson


I Am Poem. I was prompted by my English teacher, giving me guidelines, but this is what I came up with...


I am a random girl that likes panthers.
I wonder what happens after death.
I hear the delighted screaming of small children.
I see a thousand birds take off and fly.
I want to see the world.
I am a random girl that likes panthers.

I pretend to be a ballerina.
I feel wind whip against my face, my hair.
I touch a sparkling wedding gown.
I worry how my mother is.
I cry for the hatred people have toward others.
I am a random girl that likes panthers.

I know that everyone dies someday.
I say that humans should stop taking animals' homes.
I dream about the future.
I try not to fall down so much.
I hope that humans get along someday.
I am a random girl that likes panthers.

Submitted: Thursday, March 27, 2008

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