My NameWhen I was born I slipped from the doctors grasp,My Name4 days ago in Concrete Poetry More Like This
As my horrified parents released a gasp,
I landed upside down flat upon my face,
Forced to abandon the favored name of Grace,
Reminded of the famous tower found in the town of Pisa,
Always on the verge of falling, they rhymed and named me Lisa.
The American Weapons (remake) chapter 2I jumped up and ran home, I opened the door and Dad said "How was school, Son?" I though to myself "maybe they don't know that, I didn't go" "Umm... Good." I replied with a smile, "you hesitated, you sure?" Dad replied with a questionable look on his face "Yes it was fine Dad." I replied and went up stairs. I took off my shoes and laid on my bed and started watching YouTube, I watched Game Theory "Hello Internet, welcome to Game Theory." I say with the intro I watched the theory about how Link from Majora's Mask is dead (I think that's my favorite one), but I couldn't stop thinking about what happened, was it real, it felt real, I have the little book I found, I decided to rip out the first page and now I'm writing about this story of mine. "Honey, come down stairs!" Mom yelled up the stairs, I walked down stairs "What do you need?" I asked "I want you to go outside and make friends" She replied "But I don't want to." I replied with a angry tone, "Go out and make friends" she demandedThe American Weapons (remake) chapter 22 days ago in Concrete Poetry More Like This
The American Weapons Chapter 1 (remake)"Ready to go to a new school?" My Dad said before I went upstairs for bed "Yeah I guess." I replayed I had no idea what I was in store for tomorrow so I laid down and looked at the ceiling thinking what's going to happen tomorrow, I guess I dozed off and feel asleep. I woke up from the sound of the alarm *Dinging*, I stood up and rubbed my eyes and slowly walked to the alarm clock "oh, shut it" I said out loud and turned off the alarm clock I opened my closet and put of my clothes I put of a necklace with a ring on it like Uncharted, I walked down stairs and Mom said "good morning" and Dad said "Ready for school, Son?" "I'm so happy" I replied with a sarcastic tone. I ate breakfast and walked out the door, the school year already started a while ago so it would most likely be hard to get going, so I was ready for that, I hate school it's the worst but that's what every teenager says so I won't go on about that, I was walking to school and turned into a alley way my Dad said it was a faThe American Weapons Chapter 1 (remake)4 days ago in Concrete Poetry More Like This