Dead Anna Poem by Isabella Genova

Dead Anna



Thirteen year old Anna jumped off a bridge,

hoping someone would catch her,

nobody did.

Never found her,

no one ever searched,

How could you be like that? !

She's just a little girl.

You act like nothing happened,

you just pretend,

How would you love to know that no one would care if you were dead?

If you put yourself in Anna's shoes,

would have realized she's a lot like you.

If you knew that,

would you have done something then?

I'm sorry but it's too late to answer,

Anna's dead.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Sandra Martyres 24 April 2009

Poor Anna, a very thought provoking piece Isabella

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