Mark Wazzy

Rookie (03/02/1992 / New Westmister)

Climbing Destruction - Poem by Mark Wazzy

Climbing Destruction
Mark Wazzy
I was once a master
But now lay in ruin
Went through disaster
But didn’t even clue in

It was too late
For it was all done
I had taken the bait
And now lay under a tonne

Under all the stressful preventatives
That I can’t cast aside
I will be the representative
Or be grimly denied

We all need protection
But no one ever shows
Instead we get rejection
Often from mortal foes

All we ask for
Is some hope
But we’re shown the door
So we’re left to mope

So in this last note I just must ask
Can we get new introduction
So we can take off deaths mask
And pull through a CLIMBING DESTRUCTION

Written for all the kids out there who need stability in order continue on in a healthy lifestyle before they go down the road less traveled. All that’s wanted by these kids is a little love and compassion from their caregivers if they are in a foster home, and some from their parent, grand-parents, extended family, and everyone else involved in their lives. So I encourage you to read a couple phases, then read more if you like, for one day your kids will ask, what this poem was about, then you will say, it was about you children, written by a teen, and you will say, he was right, or you will say; “I didn’t read it. But you kids should.” I hope this gets you thinking, that not all kids are seen, some are invisible, some like you and me.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 25, 2010



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