HELLOHELLO:) OMG I'M like half dead from learning journey, but oh well. it was fun! anyway, this poem was bascially written about the simple hazards of life. I got inspired when i saw this dude nearly fall in the train, and i was like, "OMG DANGER! eh? poem!" yeah:) this is dedicated to joycelyn, because she totally motivated me to write even more!:D
A trip down a spiral staircase,
Air full of toxic waste.
Danger is everywhere we go,
Unavoidable, notorious and slow.
Losing your balance in a crowded train,
Forgetting your umbrella when it's about to rain.
Falling face flat on an escalator,
Conveniently forgetting your medicine until much later.
Accidentally swallowing a coin,
Popping or dislocating a joint.
Knocking your head on the granite floor,
Slamming your back against the door.
Dancing and colliding with a staircase,
Tripping over your own shoelace.
Getting a paper cut on your finger,
And old dull joint ache that lingers.
Falling while cycling up a hill,
Touching the iron with no feel.
Tossing yourself into a drain,
Gulping down a glass of acid rain.
Tearing a ligament down a slippery slope,
Smashing a football with your pinky instead of your toe.
Jabbing yourself with a needle while sewing,
Scalding yourself with the flask you're holding.
Everywhere we go, it simply exists,
Keeping us on the edge, and never at ease.
It's a never-ending, infite list.
Danger, that's what it is.