Aaron Brown1


Down Down A snowy Mountain


Down Down Down I went
Down the snowy Mountain
Screaming Chatting and of course yelling
Bad words heard far and near
Faster then Fast as a bullet train
Constant gashing wind in my face
While going down that snowy mountain
I was out of control couldn’t decide which way I should go
For me straight down was the way, while the only way
Legs shaking the whole way down trembling at the fear on falling
As I descended down the snowy hill I felt something I’ve never felt in my head before
A rush on excitement in my here brain
When the screams of fear turned to scream of joy
I’m in control, yes I’m in control…
However at end I turned around and said
Never again with that double black diamond
Never ever Never

Submitted: Thursday, April 14, 2011
Edited: Thursday, April 14, 2011
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