maybe it's just me

maybe it's just me

A Poem by Charlotte e.e. Griffiths

i spit out the few teeth i lost in that 
fight three years ago 
now, in the middle of a conversation
about absolutely nothing
and nobody really 
says anything
about it, no one
even hesitates. i 
guess i'm just sick 
of hoping for things
that don't exist
and expecting 
i guess it's 
time i just grew 
up or something, maybe 
start reading the 
paper or getting into 
political arguments (i'll 
be sure to pick a specific 
side this time).
maybe it's just too late
to say anything 
(and be heard).

- Charlotte Griffiths 

© 2020 Charlotte e.e. Griffiths

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LOL what side are you on dear Charlotte the write side or the left or are you to the left of the right smack dab in between or just not choosing a side cause that's a choice to says neil peart anyhow:) I have never been able to keep my upper front teeth bu the way so I know your pain cant wait for dentures much easier to replace and much less painful synthetic teeth that's the ticket! I loved this poem it made me laugh and then ramble and then laugh a bit more:)

Posted 2 Years Ago

Robert Trakofler

2 Years Ago

oh by the way I don't think it's just you
Charlotte e.e. Griffiths

2 Years Ago

Haha, choosing to follow Neil Peart and stay true to no side! On the side of humanity - don't know w.. read more

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Added on February 8, 2020
Last Updated on February 8, 2020
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Charlotte e.e. Griffiths
Charlotte e.e. Griffiths

Brisbane, Newmarket, Australia

Charlotte e.e Griffiths Poet poking around @ MyTrendingStories, Channillo, Instagram and independently. Featured online, in the Circus of Indie Artists 2015 Edition and in two self-published chapb.. more..