T.J. Davis Jr.


Looking Out These Windows


looking out these windows life is getting cold
looking out these windows years tuning me old
looking out these windows snow begins to fall
looking out these windows my child begins to crawl
looking out these windows leaves already changed
looking out these windows they're looking at me strange
looking out these windows still no sign of hope
looking out these windows as i try to learn to cope
looking out these windows watch the cars go by
looking out these windows every day i cry
looking out these windows feeling so alone
looking out these windows step down from your thrown
looking out these windows not even a field
looking out these windows with hope i'll never weild
looking out these windows i can't feel sunshine
looking out these windows everybody whines
looking out these windows this world is pretty bleak
looking out these windows no wonder i feel weak
SMASH! ! ! ! !
now the windows broken take a step outside
now the windows broken no longer trapped inside

Submitted: Monday, December 02, 2013

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  • Rookie - 102 Points Gideon Arthur (12/2/2013 5:49:00 PM)

    well I had to go back and read it agimain after I read the last two sentences. I asked myself 'what will U find outside? ' I had to go back and read again. I love this work. (Report) Reply

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