Langston Everett

Rookie (2-5-92 / Pittsburgh, PA)

Summer's Winter - Poem by Langston Everett

It's so hot outside
But she's so so cold
My eyes lock on to her
Then my body and mind freeze
Her hair bouncing around in the warm summer breeze
I unfreeze, as she walks past me
Turning the ground she walks on into ice
I take one step and I slip
Landing on a concrete of dreams
Dreams that will never come true
She leaves me lost in my own world
My hearts starts beating faster and faster
It's so cold my body becomes numb
Is this lust or love?
As she approaches me my hands begin to shake
A nervous sensation consumes my thought process
She helps me up off the ground
Her confidence is as present as my is absent
I am just a peasent and she is a queen
She introduces herself and I do the same
Into her world I have entered
her touch is ice cold
She's Summer's Winter

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 7, 2010



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