Newo Enec

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Newo is 16 She is currently a junior in high school. She began writing poems in the fifth grade. She is active in the marching band, concert band, and science olympiad at school. She can play the clarinet and saxophone, and is also learning guitar. Newo draws inspiration from the world around her, through personal experience, imagination, or secondhand account. The poets she most enjoys reading are Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton, T.S. Elliot, Pablo Neruda and Ezra Pound.
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If I wan, into the severed moonlight
Like the swarms of my shamed ancestors before me
Would you bury me, eulogize me
As I never deserved?
I almost wish I were dying in your cold embrace
Tears carve riverbeds in my once smooth flesh
It is so hard for me to write this
As my senses have failed me
It was night
The shadows fell around us like wet february snow
Clinging to the secret creases in between us
And I told you
A Long Time Ago
A long time ago
All I wanted was to write something beautiful for you
But I could never find the words
Words were the slippery parts in conversation
It was the loss of my motivation
As he took my hand
I had nothing left to work for
Nothing left for which to stand


Kezune Walker 11 September 2007
Hi! How do u get the ideas for so many poems? lol
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