Kaila Webb


No Cares


Round and round
Up and down
Yet nothing here again will sound.
How can you not look at me
And wonder what it is I see?

I see a lamb.
A little lamb.
A lioness prowls cross the land.
And yet the lamb just walks on still,
A chunk of juicy meat to kill.

I scream and shout for it to run,
Yet nothing more.
Nothing is done.

The lamb is gone
Just red stains left
I think now I shall go off to bed.
What point is there for me to sleep,
Just going round
and up and down.

Submitted: Friday, November 29, 2013
Edited: Saturday, November 30, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I'm just tired. Tired of being yelled at. Tired of being told how disappointing I am. How worthless I am. How there's no excuse in me being here, because they don't need me. I'm done.

But I'll keep going. Not because I want to- no because of spite. It's pretty much the only thing keeping me going nowadays. I don't have hope of the future; I hold hope that what I do with my life will be enough to make them regret what they've told me. What they're telling me.

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