Shannon Nicole

Rookie (03-30-91 / Oak Park, IL)

Near-Death Experience. - Poem by Shannon Nicole

Swimming in a place,
Can't see, can't breathe.
Pushed deep,
Lying at the bottom.
Can't breathe, can't see,
Slowly dying.
A light so bright,
Blinding into my eyes.
Can't see, can't breathe,
There's a sudden black force.
Pulled to the surface,
Can't breathe, can't see.
Sirens and bright, flashing lights,
I hear someone faintly yelling.
A woman whispering my name,
A family crying because something happened.
Can't see, can't breathe,
I can only hear beeping.
The sound of a heart monitor,
Catching my every breath.
Opening my eyes,
I saw faces.
They seemed happy that I was awake,
Honestly, I didn't remember a thing.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 15, 2010

Poem Edited: Monday, February 15, 2010

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