Michael Silver

Rookie (12/17/95)

Time To Turn Around - Poem by Michael Silver

My enemy is intent to throw me down
But I’ll always come right off the ground
He’s always on the prowl, looking for a fight
But he better watch out when day turns to night
Cause I’m about to change to a different tune
And he’s gonna get what’s comin’ real soon
He thinks I’m small, but that’s a lie
I’m so tall I can bring down the sky
He thinks I’m weak, that I am fragile
We’ll see what he thinks when he has a broken smile
I’m slick, I’m mean, I’m TNT
He’s gonna learn fast not to mess with me
I’ve turned my cheeks’, I’ve not said a word
But push me too hard and I’m a two edged sword
I’m not really a fighter, but this has gone on too long
Time to separate the weak from the strong
Put up your’ fists, let’s start a full scale war
We’ll see how tuff you are through the blood and gore
I may seem quite, that should give him chills
He should remember that silence kills
My enemy is intent to throw me down
But he’ll be surprised when things turn around


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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 31, 2013

Poem Edited: Saturday, June 1, 2013


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