Prison Boy Poem by jodie louise cooper

Prison Boy



prison boy are you lonley
is that why you hang your head
do you dream of freedom
staring out from the bars that surround your bed

prison boy ended his life
his cell mate pressed the bell
prison boy died alone
now they lay black roses in his cell

dig a hole and dig it deep
burry me in the sand
lay notes and flowers by my feet
take me away from this tourtured land

well the prison boy
decided on that life
thats why they found him cold and lonley
hung from the rusted window bars in the dead of night.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Topic(s) of this poem: family
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: (a life in prison is never going to last is it?
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