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Flash’s across the sky A stampede as the clouds Crash together Swirling, swarming, suffocating Each other In a race to find It’s own place This poem was included because it sort of says that clouds and storms know what they are doing. I wrote this poem, from the poetry unit. The pressure, a chant All I could hear was a chant ‘do it, do it, do it’ It was held right in front of me All I wanted to do was cry The pain, a pressure building inside A hate, a love, a sadness I took the first drag The one that would set the rest of my life It ran through my lungs took over my mind Dizziness, a loss of control My head spinning and my lungs so tight But that didn’t stop what I felt It felt so right All I wanted was more To feel the release Over and over and over again Nothing to stop me No hate, no love, no sadness Just me Only me The room slowly came to a halt Reality came pouring back A pain filled my mind and body A sorrow A realisation Of what I had just done I could feel tears building In my eyes And yet I held them back For the love of what I had just done. This poem was included because I feel that it deals with a couple of issues that teenagers face. I wrote this poem, from the poetry unit. I do not wake up In a foreign bed I do not shake With fear for what I have just seen I think tomorrow is a brighter day I cannot see The world behind the mask I do not hat with such A burning passion But I to do cry With salty tears This poem was included because I feel that people take what they have got for granted or even don’t realise what they have. I wrote this poem, from the poetry unit. The lava spat Like boiling water And the volcano roared As loud as a lion The ash flew out Like rolling clouds And together They were as mighty as a bull. This poem was included because I like Volcanoes and I just wanted to...

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