Fault in my Judgement

Fault in my Judgement

A Poem by Gbannersauce
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This poem takes place when I was 4 years old and didn't know any better. I hope you enjoy!

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Fault in my Judgement

 

By Danielle Baker

 

 

 

I felt the cool air slide passed,

 

As I rocked in my seat,

 

Going foward and backward had been fun,

 

And I didn't see the danger in swaying very fast, 

 

 

The air was brisk and playful,

 

Very much like me,

 

But suddenly that all began to sway,

 

And I felt the cheer begin to dull,

 

 

I blinked and heard a shout,

 

I was on the floor, calling out a roar,

 

The vision became twisted and fuzzy,

 

My eyes swayed, and became filled with boiling doubt,

 

 

Like a feather through the air,

 

I was flying out of the room,

 

My head was numb,

 

Numb from all the pain, that was too much for me to bare,

 

 

My head soon began to click in,

 

I was in the ER,

 

On a solid white bed,

 

Filled with blood spilling from my knee and chin,

 

 

Then next, all I saw BLACK,

 

A putrid faze of sleep,

 

I only awoke to a soft sound,

 

That seemed to wake me on a clack!

 

 

This was a decade ago,

 

And now all was said and done,

 

But I'll still remeber the fault,

 

That had almost put me on a deathly crow,

 

    


© 2012 Gbannersauce



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Back in the days when we were younger.....
Vivid and good

Posted 6 Years Ago


Innocence personified! I don't think I have to say anything else. Great expression.

Posted 6 Years Ago



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Added on May 24, 2012
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Gbannersauce
Gbannersauce

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