lorissa cowan

Rookie (31/10/1990 / mackay)

Slient's - Poem by lorissa cowan

I’m sitting here,
As the world goes around me,
I stare at the sea,
The waves crash against the rocks.

I sigh looking into the sky,
It was dark and grey,
I look down,
The waves were black and murky.

The was silent’s…
I stood there,
Looking down the cliff,
The waves were still and clam.

I took a step to the edge of the cliff,
Breathing in the sea air,
I took another step and slipped,
I was hanging there.

My hands slipped away,
I fall…
I looked up at the cliff,
As I fall to my death.

The waves hit me,
Taking my breath away,
As I sink to the dark depths of the sea,
I say one thing to myself.

Will they miss me?

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  • (4/3/2008 7:16:00 PM)


    wow this poem gives me a real good image of what you are saying. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 1, 2008



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