emily henson

Rookie (Burbank, California)

The Truth About Poetry - Poem by emily henson

I feel that
I can't tell them
They will judge
They will criticize

But you
You don't know me,
but through
my poetry

I can write what i feel
And feel
About what i write

I wish
When I talked to him
The one I love
It could be this easy
But he is not a poem
And neither am i

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 11, 2008



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