Molly Arcand

Rookie (November 8th,1991 / St.Catherines)

Disguised Inside - Poem by Molly Arcand

Hidden from the world,
So no one close can see,
disquised inside,
buried way down deep,
we all posses them differently,
and now im outing me.

The creepy-crawly monster,
is sneaking through me dreams,
hiding in the shadows,
leg by leg it creeps.

The silent darkness screams,
the dancing shadows lear,
all around the emptiness,
persuades me to create this fear.

The ceilings far above,
echoes ringing out,
a room of dark,
a strangers lark,
'only the good die young'

Hidden from the world
so no one close can see,
disquised inside,
buried way down deep,
we all posses them differently,
and I just outted me.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 6, 2006



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