Amber Leigh

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My Long Journey - Poem by Amber Leigh

You put me in your hand,
bring me to your mouth,
inside i go,
there is no way out,

you begin to chew,
you start to munch and crunch,
i become smaller pieces,
now i'm mashed and crushed, .

here comes saliva,
it makes me more small,
almost ready for the esophogus,
now i'm dissolved.

I start to slip,
here i go,
my next trip,
is down the throat.

it's dark and round,
i like the outside more than this,
i'm going through a process called,
peristalsis.

I've reached the stomach,
food twists and turns,
i'm a full liquid,
i've been finally churned,

the small intestine,
is where i'm brought,
240 inches,
it's 20 feet long.

curves and turns,
what a headache i'm in,
my final stop,
the large intestine.

the large intestine,
my journey has come to an end,
round and thick,
i come out your other end.

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  • (2/6/2010 12:44:00 PM)


    This dirty poem has a dirty ending. But true one. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 1, 2010

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 24, 2010


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