In honor of Mamma Kat's Writer's Workshop I have decided to tackle Prompt #5:
What’s so good about it? Write an interesting poem or piece of writing where the last two words of the writing are ‘good-bye’.
I have been wanting to post this poem for quite some time. And since the muse spoke to me through Mama Kat— who was inspired by writingfix.com… it looks like my muse is pretty distant— but is still on speaking terms with me.
I wrote this poem in high school which pretty much sums up my frustrations at the time. It wasn't until later when I re-read the poem that I realized it could be construed as a suicide note. Bearing this in mind, you will need to treat the two Hello's as coming from someone else— the first with an inquiring tone, and the second with a reassuring tone. Someday I will have to record myself reciting my poetry so that you better understand the overall tone of this poem.
I feel I'm trapped inside of myself… Hello
I have no place to hide from the entrapment that has kept me inside.
Who's crude walls are those who push me aside.
Where is my hero of need who sits on their trusting steed?
Nowhere, for they heed to rescue me from my gloom.
The gloom that takes my hand away from the life that was meant to stay…Good-bye