Shelby Barker

Rookie (March 21,1996)

Don'T Call Me Apathetic, Don'T Call Me Self-Centered - Poem by Shelby Barker

I woke up today hesitant, and
Laid on my white black-smudged pillow for a few meager minutes
Before standing on two wobbly limbs
And I was oblivious
I didn’t dress accordingly
‘Cause I didn’t expect it to be warm and sunny
Like it was
I was oblivious

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 14, 2010

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