Amberly Orlando

Rookie (05/13/1984 / Merritt Islando, FL)

Mush (Amberly ©3/12/13)


Falling into an empty space
Everything slows its pace
Nothing in and nothing out
An intelligence drought
Consciousness is fuzzing
Background noise is buzzing
Falling down a black hole
Deep and dark as coal
An empty abyss
It's endless
Electricity tingling all around
But nothing reaches this far down
Until a sudden flash of light
That instantly recovers my sight
My eyes adjust to reality
Oh wow, everyone is looking at me
"Sorry" I say as I blush
My brain turned to temporary mush

Submitted: Friday, March 22, 2013
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Have you ever had one of those moments where you tune out, only to be snapped out of it and realize someone had been trying to talk to you? Yeah it's kinda like this...

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