Diaries in Landfills

Diaries in Landfills

A Poem by monica abigail

when I was a young girl
I used to write fake diaries
hoping that someone would read them
when I was long gone
and they would imagine what the fake girl
looked like.
maybe she had black hair
and timid green eyes.
I wrote these diaries often.
every day was a new identity,
a new girl for the future to uncover.
it scared me to think that no one would read them,
to think that no one would discover
my beautiful lies.
now I think about them,
no doubt in a landfill somewhere,
and I realize there will be no more discoveries
of diares or things of the such.
our world wouldn't want us knowing something
that isn't worth being shoved
down our throat.

© 2012 monica abigail


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I thought this was interesting, imaginative and a good read. I liked it.

Posted 9 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

:) this is beautiful

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Added on January 19, 2012
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monica abigail
monica abigail

lexington, KY



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