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Unlocked: John Morony Poets 2
Posted By THEthe Poetry Blog Editors On September 29, 2012 @ 5:30 am In Red Room | No Comments
A group poem
If my hand had fallen into yours earlier, I might
_______still be holding you.
I’ll always remember what you told me:
In order to build a castle, learn how to build a
I’m excited and nervous at the same time.
I can’t wait to come home.
Listening to your echoes surrounding me.
I’m sick of this jail because of the lockins.
Curiosity and patience grow longer
____Awaiting an answer that feels like eternity.
I look out the window at night
And see the brick wall and the shadow
Behind the security lights which
Light up the premises to form a sparkle
Which reflects off the shiny razor wire.
I’ve realized that it’s not the time here that’s bothering me
______But the time I’ve lost with you.
____________________________________I need a new pen…
This is my everyday life.
I long to carry your burdens.
____________________With a positive mentality better days await.
We’ve picked up the pieces, broken from a mirror.
We placed them so everything seems clearer.
The crushing and crowding of our space, just thee
________________________________and me no more.
How quickly this changes and crumbles.
The John Morony Correctional Complex is located 5 km south of Windsor. A group of students from the Intensive Learning Centre took part in the Unlocked project, with poet Lindsay Tuggle. Their poems are collected in the Unlocked Anthology.
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