Jessica lee Workman

Rookie (January 2,1994 / born in Spokane Washington live in Post Falls Idaho)

Quiet - Poem by Jessica lee Workman

I sits all alone.
I have so much to say but I don’t.
as I sit in that corner all alone my whole life
Watching others carry on with their lives.
As I watch as each person’s emotions change.
I have so much to say but I don’t.
I listen to each person as they laugh and tell stories
As they cry and comfort each other.
I wants to get up and join in.
Because I have so much to say but I don’t.
Each day passes,
everyone is changing
As i just sits there.
They ask me to join,
As I shrugs my shoulder, shake my head from side to side
going on and listens to what is being saying.
I have so much to say but I don’t.
As the seasons change and the years go on,
so I tries to stand up, trying to join in.
I walk around carefully observing each person.
I have so much to say,
finally I says it,
from there on I was no longer in the corner

Jessica Lee Workman

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 31, 2011

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