Hideing | Teen Ink


March 16, 2011
By sillywillysooz GOLD, Grantsville, Utah
sillywillysooz GOLD, Grantsville, Utah
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Favorite Quote:
"never let the fear of striking out, ever keep you from playing the game"

I tried to hide from the world today,
I shielded my eyes from the radiant sun.
I pulled the shades down and backed away,
I slid to the floor, this wasn't fun.

I laid my cheek on the cold wooden floor,
for hours I stared at the cracked white wall.
then my eyes finally drifted to the old rusted door,
that is the moment my heart began to fall.

like smoke from a fire my hope began to fade,
my hands were shaking, my head began to pound.
I was ashamed of the choice that I had made,
I wondered if I would ever be found.

so, for now, in the darkness I wait,
for the fate of tomorrow.
this is the part that I really hate,
the part where I'm filled with sorrow.

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on Apr. 24 2011 at 7:47 am
JustAlice. SILVER, Wesley Chapel, Florida
5 articles 0 photos 62 comments

Favorite Quote:
"The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return." Moulin Rouge

This is poetry in which I can relate. Only, though, because I write similar poetry. I loved your use of similie and metphor!