Sarah Marie

Rookie (1993- / Salem, Oregon)

Cinderella Remix - Poem by Sarah Marie

I escape my apartment
Leaving my stepfather
Not letting him know I left

I got to the club
A block from my house
Bargaining with the guards to let me in

In high heels
A mini skirt
And tank top

They let me in
The dance floor is packed
Like any Saturday night

I squeeze my way in
I grab a seat to tired to dance anymore
As I see a man come up beside me

Short, dark hair
Leather jacket
And dark jeans

He asked if we could dance
An offer I would not deny
And I followed him on that dance floor Saturday night

We danced all night till my phone rung 12: 00
I told him I would have to leave
In hopes to see him again

A Cinderella story that will probably happen tomarrow at ten

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Comments about Cinderella Remix by Sarah Marie

  • (2/23/2010 7:10:00 AM)


    lol....let 2morrow's story be continued...i likes this: D (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 6, 2010

Poem Edited: Sunday, February 7, 2010


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