Taylor Bushaw

A Slience So Loud - Poem by Taylor Bushaw

I have never experienced a silence so loud.
The deafening pound of my heart, and all the insufferable thoughts
Were overbearing and controlling the rhythm of my breath.
Scenarios of you finding out were running a marathon in my oppressed mind.
Glitter seeps through my skin and dampens my forehead,
To the thinking of you finding out;
Who I am.
What I have done,
And what I am not.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 28, 2009

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