Runaway

Runaway

A Poem by Jordyn Zacharias

A Jet takes off form the Runaway
with two little RiffRaff Runaways
If They arent found for another day
They might make it to New York City


Now their father was a drunk and a lazy man
Who drove around in an old red van
Made his livin' as a Handyman
Down in Oaklahoma City


Their Mother was a housewife, broke the mold
With hand of silver and a heart of gold
And all her life she had been told
To leave Oaklahoma City


One fine day she got a check
And snuck her kids through the baggage check
Got on a jet with a single deck
And Left for New York City

© 2014 Jordyn Zacharias



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Added on October 11, 2014
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Jordyn Zacharias
Jordyn Zacharias

West Wendover, NV



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