Elizabeth Kudebeh

Rookie (June 3,1990 / Fort Worth, TX)

Elizabeth Kudebeh Poems

1. Bruised 12/9/2006
2. Condemned 12/9/2006
3. Conscious 12/9/2006
4. Gazed 12/9/2006
5. When We Were Young 12/9/2006
6. That Night So Long Ago 12/14/2006
7. Brick 12/14/2006
8. Whatever It Was Last Night, It Is No Longer Here 1/27/2007
9. Utter Helplessness 1/27/2007
10. Utterly Gone 6/2/2007
11. Sopped Over 6/2/2007
12. The Opposition To Every Other Teen Poem (An Ode To Conformity) 1/28/2007
13. Thoreau And The Art Of Rebellion 1/28/2007
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Thoreau And The Art Of Rebellion

Henry David Thoreau stated,
“If a man does not keep pace with his companions,
Perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer.”
Linda Ronstadt sang,
“You and I travel to the beat of a different drum”

The drum beat pulses throughout our life.
Crescendoing and pattering.
So many people,
Do their drumbeats ever intertwine?
Those people skipping ahead,
A soft, quick pitter-patter of a drum beat.
And those that fall slightly behind,
Their beat off from the rest,
But just by a half-beat,
Not enough to fully notice, and barely too ...

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