jana ghossein

(25/05/1997 / Lebanon)

Time out (simile, metaphor, alleteration poem)


Help how much my heart hurts
my mouth is as dry as a desert
my throught is sore
my voice is a goner
my heart is beating as fast as a tiger
my hand is a rattling snake
my face is a tomato
bye bye, boring life
i cannot take it no more
i lay my head
upon my knee
now blow the whistle refree

Submitted: Saturday, March 19, 2011

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  • Adi Cox (4/2/2011 5:34:00 AM)

    I like this poem. I am trying to put all the imagary in the peom together and I am getting a football match between animals in the desert using a tomato as a football. Are you the personification of this? (Report) Reply

  • Adi Cox (4/2/2011 5:32:00 AM)

    I like this poem. I am trying to put all the imagary in the peom together and I am getting a football match between animals in the desert using a tomato as a football. Are you the personification of this? (Report) Reply

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