azn_blackmarket (azn_blackmarket) wrote in bent_on_bangkok,

More poems

I Am 1/15/2003

I am energetic and enthusiastic.
I wonder why M&M’s melt in your mouth and not in your hands.

I hear crinkled candy wrappers fall to the ground as they get consumed.

I see speckles of milk-chocolate stains on my white cotton blouse.

I am energetic and enthusiastic.

I pretend that no one is watching as sneak another piece in my mouth.

I feel relieved that I successfully pilfered the treat from my unsuspected sister and savor

The moment.

I touch the soft delicious treat with the tip of my tongue as the coco melts in my mouth

And not in my hands.

I cry when I reach for sugarcoated confection and there is none left.

I am energetic and enthusiastic.

I understand that if I have too much of a good thing, I will start to get cavities.

I say, “ Willy Wonka is my god and I worship him whenever I can!”

I try to share my wealth of delicacies to others but don’t have the willpower to do it.

I hope that scientists someday have proof that chocolate is good and add it to the major

Food groups.

I am energetic and enthusiastic.


Clock Work 1/15/2003
My mind working like a clock.

Always filled with poignant dreams,

Coming by as gentle flowing streams.

A whimsical fancy,

Uncovering my greatest desires, doubts, and fears.

Sometimes are told to friends who dare to hear.

My intellect is always mesmerized with


Soon I’ll bring this helpful friend to


My conscious is quick to think,

“Look over there, an elephant is pink!”

While at rest my thoughts never stop.

It’s kind of scary when “stuff” just pop.

Out of nowhere here they come,

I open my arms to give a warm welcome

In this ticking consciousness are,

My views of life,

Love, kindness, war, and strife.

My mind is a working clock.



HOMEWORK!!! 2/11/2003
Like weeds in a garden,
Stacks of homewrok never goes away with a

Simple spray.

It begins to consume your time,

Then social life...

Then your entire LIFE!

In your dreams these beasts lurk,

Waiting for the right moment to strike.

When it does,

Your heart immediatly races,

Sweat rolls down your chin,

And your body quivers...

As you suddenly realize that you've forgotten

To finish the beast off.

You panic as time starts to tick,

As you furiously look for the missing assignment.

It seemed as if an eternity has passed,

Your nerves start to ease up

as you slowly take a deep breath.

You feel satisfied that you've accomplished your task,

Although your face grows pale as you notice,

You were half done and the school bell to begin...

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