Cody Kidd

A Ghost's Story - Poem by Cody Kidd

As I start walking down the street
Take a right onto depressed path
I've done so many bad things in my life
There's too many so you do the math
There are so many people in my life
Some of them I might have bored
But now none of them notice me
I just feel completely ignored
As I start walking a little further
I start to think of what I've done
I haven't stole, I haven't lied
But now I feel like the only one
I'm looking back to a couple days ago
I remember when i got that tingly feel
I remember that the last thing i heard
Was my convertible's tires squeal
As I looked at an old newspaper
I saw my name covering it most
As i read the article I finally realized
I'm nothing but a ghost.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 2, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, August 20, 2010

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