Nicholas McDonough

Rookie (Green Bay Wisconsin)

This Time Around (Apr 10th,2004)


In my world of
werewolves and vampires

of angels and demons
faerie and sprite

of wizards and witches
igniting the fires

of aliens and all other
creatures of the night

of all the things
that could have gone right

Of all the things
that have gone wrong



In every poem
and every song

In all the times that things
were brought to this point

Never had things gone
as they now do

Never had we been
strong enough to

Nolonger blinded by
things we don't see

Nolonger kept from
what is meant to be

Stronger than the
werewolves and vampires

the angels and demons
faerie and sprite

the wizards and witches
igniting the fires

the aliens and all other
creatures of the night

Submitted: Tuesday, June 27, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, August 11, 2010
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