Baggage

Baggage

A Poem by A. V. Madison

I come with baggage. 
Don’t expect me
to unpack it all
just because of you.

I mean, 
I may open up a 
zipper or two
But some things

are better
left
lost in an airport
or shoved under a bed.

Trust me.

© 2013 A. V. Madison


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While short, this poem is pretty powerful to me.

Posted 7 Years Ago


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Yet another short, but effective poem. We all come with some sort of baggage, some more than others. In my experience, its better to find the person with compatible baggage that is willing to except you for who you are. Back on the subject at hand, this was a very well done poem.

Posted 7 Years Ago



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A. V. Madison
A. V. Madison

Only a Kid, But Hard To Scare, CA



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I'm Maddie. Clumsy. Short-tempered. Quite an oddball. Sort of silly. I make big plans then never do them. I have a fascination with tiny lights. I have atelophobia and OCD. I am the definition.. more..

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