Elizabeth Middleton Poems
|5.||I No Longer Have You||4/30/2009|
|7.||No, I’m Not!||4/30/2009|
|9.||The Unsaid Feelings||5/3/2009|
|10.||With His Death Came My Life||5/3/2009|
|11.||Money Makes The World Go ‘round||5/3/2009|
|14.||What I Share With The Water||5/8/2009|
|16.||How Did I Loose Those?||5/9/2009|
|20.||You Left Me, But You Didn’t||4/30/2009|
|21.||A Fox's Point Of View||5/3/2009|
|22.||From Underneath The Trees||4/21/2009|
|23.||Color Me Not||4/21/2009|
|24.||What Is Death?||4/21/2009|
What Is Death?
-How do we view birth?
As the beginning
-What is school like?
A public prison for everyone
A field of creativity and learning
-What does graduation mean?
-How about a job?
Making a dream(s) come true
-How does marriage strike you?
-What are your plans on children?
-What does getting old mean?
Color Me Not
Tears of frustration pour down her face,
She can not figure out her place.
Her eyes see no color.
Not black, white, yellow, nor brown.
To tell her that she does not belong,
Is where the teller is entirely wrong.
Raised by parents of African descent,
But she is white one hundred percent.
Now told she must no longer be by her family,