A.S. Bandiem


The Verdict - Poem by A.S. Bandiem

He sits there silently,
Patiently awaiting the verdict,
“Is he guilty? ”
“Did he do it? ”
Everyone wonders.

“I’m innocent, I’m innocent! ”
He cries to himself,
“Will anyone ever believe me? ”

He’s never been put through
Anything like this before.
It’s a horrific experience,
Worse than any nightmare.

“I’m innocent, I’m innocent! ”
He cries to himself,
Over and Over again.
“Will anyone every believe me? ”

1995

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 19, 2009

Poem Edited: Tuesday, January 12, 2010


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