Why Are You Staring?

Poem By Adele Wang

As I walk down the streets
I can feel those eyes staring behind me
I know they're watching
They're watching every second I breathe

The Blatant sun shinning down callously
I can feel no warmth, no deed.
white. The pale, cold, blazing white
That's all I can see.

I walked, aimlessly,
there were hundreds of eyes looking at me
I can feel them seeing through my flesh
Looking straight at my vulnerable soul

Why are they staring?
Why are they staring?
I raised up my right arm
I slashed, slammed, stabbed

Until, there was nothing left.

'Miss, put down your knife'
What is he saying? What knife?
I raced towards him, raising my arm.
'Bang! '

As I walked down the streets
I can feel those eyes staring behind me
I know they're watching
they're watching every second I breathe

'Why are you staring'
I looked at the cold body beneath me.
She raised up her head
It was me.

Comments about Why Are You Staring?

A sublime start with a nice poem, Adele. You may like to read my poem, Love And Lust. Thank you.


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