A Random Poem About My Day In The Life Of My Mind 1.0 (C) 12-09-08 - Poem by Corey Threet
I turn away the diamonds in her blood
To try to guess the texture I really wish I could
It takes a lot in order for me to get the feelin'
To see how a liquid can be the cause of all the killin'
I try to break down the root of the concrete door
But not even the rusty banner on the side tore
I try to make my way as I’m dartin' off to class
But the teacher can’t let me in if I don’t have a pass
I’m wastin' time tryna get my eyes to see right past the light
It’s hard when a bloody diamond shines brighter in the night
Or maybe I’m encompassed by the pleasure of the view
I’m still tryna make it though in minutes I only have few.
Maybe I should skip but that'll result in a detention
But knowing me I won't serve it being the cause of suspension
Then I'll be stuck at home livin in my room
Hopefully I can get away without facing doom
I think I need to sprint in order to be fine
The first bell rang and for some reason a sign
I try to yell the teachers name but no one is replyin'
So now I'm contemplatin' on if I should get to lyin'
The second bell rang only a second from the first
And I think I already have an excuse planned out and rehearsed
The third bell is on the edge and I'm making my entrance
I know I'm just gonna get ridiculed for my poor attendance
But wait I'm in and only by the skin of my teeth
But I still got off scott free so I get to gasp and yell sheesh
* Creator - Me, Maxiro Xeniyah
Copyright 12-09-08 ©® Corey Threet
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