Meagan Tessarolo


Dreams - Poem by Meagan Tessarolo

I'm in a forest
Alone
In the dark
No one around me
I hear a sound
Not one I would usually hear
Almost like a voice
Calling my name
Meagan, Meagan, Meagan
It's getting louder
Then it goes dark
I cant see anything
I'm strapped in a chair
Can't move
My legs and arms are bleeding
I can't feel my hands
Next I see a man
He looks really scary
He unties me
And throws me against the wall
Then he picks my up and pushes me against the window
Running through my mind I Notice that he's trying to push me out the window
He's successful
I'm falling
But then I awake
My body is all sweaty
I look at my arms and my legs
There not bloody
I'm still alive
Then I realize it was only just a dream

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 25, 2011


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