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the sudden melt of frost

at what cost does it take for
one to break down
loosing all sense of safety
and a home, blocked out
just for one second.
life’s a lesson to be learned from
don’t know what your missing till it’s gone.

look at everyone,
all with a place to return to
the security on their faces
reminds me of the lack of it,
tonight, but imma fight it
because hate will make you burn
inside and i ripped my feeling of
a fallback, somewhere to relax
much like the people
in the hotel,
dropped dead, drunk as
lying on the bed that i paid for
where did they come from
they should say thanks
to the people that saved them,
friendship haven, and all of its glory
the responsible ones that kept some safe and
what have i come to, have i lost my moms trust
will she lock me out
cause i’m out late, we’ll soon find out

i see the city street lights
they seem warm this time
unlike the feeling that i had
when i thought i was trapped
with nowhere to go
friends are gone, dads not at home
but its ok, she picked up the phone
my mom is now waiting for me,
i am safe and no longer alone.

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Amara Wyatt

Kent, United Kingdom

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1 my mom didnt answer the phone
i thought she was pissed and locked me out of home.

2 after prom – hotel night.

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