Treasure Island

elena winters

(august 11 / joliet illinois)

Nerve Wrecking


OH MY GOODNESS.....you get on my nerves so much


your like misquitos feasting on my flesh on a hot summer day
your even like a rash that just won't go way

all you do is talk and talk for ever
about nothing important what so ever

leave me alone get out of my face
stop invading my personal space

shut up talking
and get the walking

to somewhere
anywhere except for here

italy, germany, europe or nigeria
i don't care just as long as your out of my area

irritatating like poison ivy
yeast infections
thats so coniving

'blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah'

i'm so sorry readers 'excuse me......while i put myself outta my misery

Submitted: Sunday, November 16, 2008

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  • Howard 'the motivational poet' Simon (11/19/2008 3:57:00 PM)

    Nerve Wrecking is a poem that shows the reality of being irritated.The fact is we must deal with our irritants and your poem provides one way of doing that. It is a well written poem 'like mosquitos feasting on my flesh..very grafic and real yet being truthful abouth who and what causes bother.
    The great worth of this poem in my estimation is to show others that it is all right to confront our irritants.
    Great job. (Report) Reply

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