Sonya Florentino

Rookie (Manila, Philippines (residing NYC))

RUSH Poem by Sonya Florentino


I'm walking around with words in my head
I can't wait to sit so I can write them instead
I'm walking around with words that must be read

I'm walking around with poems in my head
I can't wait to stop so I can read them instead
I'm walking around with poems that must be heard

I'm making my way to the road up ahead
I know I can't stop till I'm finally there
I'm walking around with dreams I need to share

I'm walking around with love in my heart
I can't wait to stop so I can pour it all out
I'm walking around overhwhelmed and burning

I'm walking around with songs in my head
.....I'm running...............I'm running..........
.........................as. ..........fast......as...I.can...........

Submitted: Friday, December 12, 2008
Edited: Sunday, December 14, 2008

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Comments about this poem (RUSH by Sonya Florentino )

  • Rookie Krista Churchill (12/13/2008 12:32:00 AM)

    This could almost be a song.. I like the beat i created in my head while i was reading it. You wrote this well

    ~Krista~ (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Izik Alcox (12/12/2008 10:54:00 PM)

    I like this one, it has great rhythmic flow at the beginning but starts to lose it however the message holds it together nicely, good write (Report) Reply

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