Boxes

Boxes

A Poem by Carley Hew
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Blah blah, I am depressed tonight, this is what I give.

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Boxes scatter my bedroom floor, I am home, not the place I want to be
College books fill my shelves, I am an English major, not sure if it's for the pleasure or for the chance of future fame
Single, I am, seems to be the biggest issue in my life, not sure if he'll ever find me
Tomorrow I work, I am underpaid, not sure I will ever be able to quit
Fear fills my body, I am alone, not an unusual sensation for me
Boxes still fill my bedroom floor, I am at a place I call home, not sure where I want to be



© 2010 Carley Hew


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Added on August 30, 2010
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Carley Hew
Carley Hew

Detroit, MI



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Name: Carley Hewitt Aliases: Car, Carley Jean, Fun Size Height: 5'1" (slightly shorter than your average teenager) Age: 18 (freshly) Hobbies: Writing (when I don't have writers block), dan.. more..

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