Elliott Paul Woolhouse

Rookie (13/4/1993 dd/mm/yyyy / Greymouth, New Zealand)

Shut Up - Poem by Elliott Paul Woolhouse

Why don’t you shut up?
You already said sup,
You don’t need to carry on,
Shut up now or you’ll be gone.

You’re so very loud,
Don’t know why you’re proud,
You never ever stop,
One day you’ll lose your top.

Always Talking,
Never stopping,
Not thinking,
What you’re saying.

Shut Up,
Shut Up,
Shut Up,
Shut Up! ! !
[No one wants to hear your mouth]

Talking in circles,
Face turning to purples,
You need to breathe man,
I’m not hoping that you can.

You’re louder than a horn,
From the crack of dawn,
Do you have to talk with exclamation?
Why did you even start this conversation?

You talk, You talk,
Never stopping,
Like a River,
Always flowing


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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 28, 2008



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