Payyton Egerstaffer Poems
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I destroy homes. I tear families apart.
I take children and that’s just a start.
I’m more valued than diamonds, more precious than gold.
The sorrow I bring is a sight to behold.
If you need me, remember, I’m easily found.
I live all around you, in school and in town.
I live with the rich, I live with the poor.
I live just down the street, and maybe next door.
I’m made in a lab, but not one like you think.
I can be made under the kitchen sink, or in your
Child’s closet, even out in the woods.
If this scares you to death, it certainly should.
I have many ...
Fire In Her Words
She woke up with the truth on her face
The words on her lips
The lies in her eyes
She saw the night become day
Then the day become night
Still nothing had changed
Except the fire in her words
And the thoughts that became actions