Death Of A Junior Year - Poem by Amy Marie
Junior Year –
Gently his fire stirs
Then himself confines like a prisoner to his death bed.
No one –
This event observes from out the broken window
Or from the peaks of the nearby oak trees.
Now as the clock strikes eleven –
Done are his duties – said are his words –
I rejoice on the swings because he is 'dead.'
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