animashaun ayomide

(may 5 2000)

The phantom


my fear
Led me to believing the phantom
Who pentially is a ghost
And reality a gown
Bellowing becuse of a fake phantom
Who wass floating in the air
By the aid
Of a fan

The phantom dancing like a gaggle
It is very un-inept
is like a dancer
In the rhyme of a legato
Spoke and said
AM I REALLY A PHANTOM?

Submitted: Wednesday, February 19, 2014

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this poem was written because people cherish those who are not to be cherished to those who are to be cherished. And this is an abnormal ssituation wich must be eradicated. So that is what impact me inn writing this short poem

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