Treasure Island

Cody Campbell

(feb 5 1995 / pocatello, idaho)

Rain


The rain comes
but does not go.
It fills up my brain, my heart
and my soul.
Up past my knees
and enters my mouth
Falls down my throat
while i gurgle and shout.
While i scream
and i pout.
As i thrash and moan and count
the trickling drops.
While they drip down the seems
and the sides of the walls of my house.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Edited: Thursday, February 02, 2012

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