James Aykroyd

Rookie (Bradford Royal Infirmary)

Time Out


I could of been walking,
But I was most likely walking,
When my mind just stopped,
I can't describe,
Because I simply forgot,
But ill try my best,
Right from the top,
A clouded vision,
Like floating on air,
Whilst my body keeps moving,
Myself is else where,
It's like flying back,
Through my past so black,
With a flashing light,
Memories all in sight,
That forgotten past,
The fear that crashed,
It was the first day of school,
Their I was stood,
So still,
Shaking aching i wasn't well,
I heard the bell,
But the passes by could tell,
That the fear inside,
Was holding me by,
Biting my tongue,
Knowing the tears would come,
Wanting to runaway and hide,
Because I was so afraid,
Felt like i was fading through life,
But now I am back,
A feeling of a whack,
As I am still a little dizzy,
But like a migraine,
Feeling so drained,
But that's just my brain,
Still thinking,
Of the moment I had,
So sad,
As i just think back,
Wondering thinking,
I Just can't let it sink in.

By Bradford Poet

Submitted: Sunday, October 20, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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