Mellisa Salazar

Rookie - 454 Points (February 29,1996 / Malibu, Ca)

Speculation Eradication - Poem by Mellisa Salazar

How long shall i let this bide

each day peeling at me

the sunshine cracks through the trees

but the fog is always sure to roll in

i long for branches to be trimmed away

but who am i to modify what God’s made

it is true forest fires are necessary

but do i want that to be me

perhaps i could just sit upon a mountain top

but is loneliness really superior

and the valley is already making me feel low

I’ve swam all the depths of the ocean

it is where i hide

an open field where wildflowers are

the only place to preside

a trickling stream, that’s not too deep

in the sweet wind, i will confide

no need to peer around the bend

everything is here

the whispers of the not too tall grass

tell me stories

and the soil is never to rocky

a rabbit or two and maybe a deer

what more could i ask for

what more could i fear

Topic(s) of this poem: earth, emotions, fear, forest, god, heart, hiding, mind, nature, ocean

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 24, 2015

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