Jason Murak

Rookie (September 12th / Long Island New York)

Lets Walk, Yet Dont Fear The Howler (Alert) - Poem by Jason Murak

Late night venture to the home of a friend
Leaving the van parked where the road had started to bend

Walked up the driveway of cold, dark, rocks
We peared into your window and then began to knock

You disappeared from view, then came red alert
Yelling made me fall and get dirt on my shirt

Down the star-lit road, running with anxiety
Danger was looming, I had feelings of all varieties

Fear, the most prominent, in my mind so dominate,
Finally reached the car and I began to vomi-nate

The night wasnt over, following this was a chase
Tight hair pin turns, my heart picked up pace

He's gonna try and kill me if he see's me again
However we still remain friends in the end

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Poem Edited: Wednesday, April 7, 2010

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