Rachel Johnston

That Must Be It - Poem by Rachel Johnston

I must be in hell
That's what it is,
a logical conclusion.
It says Earth is hell
Hell is Earth
Inevitable truth.

I'm afraid
I feel it sometimes.
I'm not afraid of death.
I'm afraid of people
And the things they're hiding
They're trying so hard.

When I leave this 'Earth'
I don't want to come back.
I want to go far away
From the fake truth
Fake people
And lousy Math teachers.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 27, 2005

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