Clara Diskley

Rookie (4/30/95)

Last A Lifetime - Poem by Clara Diskley

What happened will always be a video
Playing the same way I saw it once before
Repeating over subconsciously
Revolving around while it's reshowing what I've
seen
Countless pictures are coming together
Wherever I go I take photographs visibly
With vibrant radiant colors images
I found meaning in what I had come across
Interpreted what I watched while finding out what
it meant
The message I picked up and it's value
It would last a lifetime no matter when it was
Conceited and cocky them said that I won't remember
All the things that happened will be unknown
I ignore what they say, they can't ruin what happened


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 28, 2010



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