Alice Kling


Where I From


I am from
Forever changes in life
Never knowing what to do next
But always tries to find out
Always tries to hide myselfIn a flashI am from bright colors to dark shades
Loving to play hide-and-go-seek
And never being foundI am from trying to find myself
Always telling lies to
Get my way
Coming up with Faster than a racecar
From forever restless life
Moving faster than the speed of light But still
Thinking of breath taking
Sunset on a beach
I am from
lovely sweet goodbyes And knowing I'm not made out of
Transparent glass
But maybe stained glassI am from always being
A door and never a window
I'm from
The forever's and the never's
And the 'Don't be yourself''s
Where I am from
Is within me

Submitted: Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 12, 2013
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