Elphaba Thropp

Rookie (March 24,1993)

She Had No Right - Poem by Elphaba Thropp

She had no right to do what she did.
Opening my mail.
Reading my poem.

I entered 'Love' in a contest,
Thinking I wouldn't be a finalist.
But guess what?
I am.
My mum opened my letter, and read my personal poem.
She had no right to do that!
No right I tell you!
She knows now.
It's not a good thing.
I'm shaking in anger,
I want to SCREAM! !
I want to yell at her,
Tell her how mad I am at her.
But I can't.
I would get in trouble.
Possibly grounded for my outburst of anger.

I have no clue what to do.
Do I enter it?
Have it published?
I truly want to enter,
But what will my mum think?
I'm positive she will want to laugh at me for my fellings for the boy.
My mum and his are good friends.
I'm so confused on what to do...


Comments about She Had No Right by Elphaba Thropp

  • (11/29/2008 8:22:00 AM)

    Your mom did have no right to read your poem.
    But it is your mom I sure she under stand your special feelings for this guy
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  • (2/20/2006 10:35:00 PM)

    My mum opened my letter, and read my personal poem.
    She had no right to do that!
    No right I tell you!
    we read your real mind in your good poem write more and more
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  • (1/11/2006 6:35:00 PM)

    Cool! I am the first one to comment on this poem! Wow! I feel special. Awesome!
    I'm amazed by your ability to write poems so fast! I wish I could do that.
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, January 11, 2006

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