Ellirie Aviles


The Revolution


From the start of this revolution

thought problem has no solution

but to earth's deep wound i found

the key to end this round

i made a lot of sound..

the revolution starts to form earthquake...

rocks and stones fall with none sake

thought I'm gonna die with golden stake, , ,

but i denied and faced my fate...

eat dust and breath smoke

but i survived, it's no joke

rescuers got in and give aid

but worms wants me to fade

my self, my brain they invade, ,

but i didn't give up..

i fight hunger and anger

i ate soil, i spit nothing

at last i heard the angel sing...

peace and no fright they bring..

and butterflies but no bees to sting...

Submitted: Thursday, January 05, 2012

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