The Dreadful Decision

The Dreadful Decision

A Poem by Mason Watts

this is the moment that is drawing closer. i really do dread it, spending every moment thinking of what to do.


My legs are shaking,

My hands are sweating,

as I walk behind you


waiting for a moment.

With each step we get closer

To the moment we will be separated,

And I have to make a decision


Of what I fear most.

I fear that you will leave,

And will never come back

Not knowing what I feel

Not knowing what I want to say.

I dread this feeling greatly

Hoping it will not come.


I also fear saying what I want.

I’m afraid of what you’ll think

What you’ll say, what you’ll do.

With my bashful self

I don’t know what I want.


Now we are close,

Close to the doors that will separate.

So I prepare to make the life decision

That will change me forever.


What to I choose?

© 2010 Mason Watts

Author's Note

Mason Watts
please, I want any critisicm (I am terrible at spelling), please help me!!!!

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Added on May 20, 2010
Last Updated on May 20, 2010


Mason Watts
Mason Watts

Rock Hill, SC

I'm a thirteen year old writer, hoping that someday that he will become a young accomplished writer with a lot of novel published and even more un-published. I have friends but none have a great (or g.. more..

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