chelsi Ruffing

Rookie - 1 Points (may 9th 1991 / PA)

Writter's Block - Poem by chelsi Ruffing

A story that was once written out so clear
Everything so close and dear
Slowly things start to fade from their place
Then disappearing in a steady pace
The writting starts to fade as the pages go black
The writter has to stop and can't go back
Leaving no ending no place to go
There aren't even any pictures to show
No emotion or thought to hear or see
Soon to have nothing left to be
No way to understand or be wrong
no rules saying to be strong
Starting in the same place with the same thought
There's just something there which has you caught
As the time passes on the clock
The writter seems to have writtes block
Sitting there with nothing to say
Time just keeps on going with each passing day

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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 11, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, March 10, 2011

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