Please Miss Your Plane

Please miss your plane.

I’m breaking glass
Inside my head.

If I bang my head
Hard enough
And long enough
Into the wall,

If I throw enough jars
Around my room
And crash them into
Shards and hell,

Would you make
This be a dream.
Wake me up.

And then I’ll say
“I had a dream,
You had to go.”

And let me curl
And hold you.
Warm, protecting, safe, and strong.
“I had a dream but I was wrong.”

– Written by Anna V. Williams

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Anna Vera Williams is a poet, a photographer, a blogger, and a webmaster. She is the webmaster of Poems, Poets, & Poetry, which provides poetry resources and allows other poets to showcase their work. Her photographs can be found at Anna Vera's Photography, and her books and photos can be purchased at Lulu.com.

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11 Responses to “Please Miss Your Plane”

  1. noahthegreat Says:

    Wow!

  2. scribblingsandsketches Says:

    Yes:

    I’m breaking glass
    inside my head.

    followed by

    If I throw enough jars
    Around my room
    And crash them into
    Shards and hell

    Makes for very gripping, uncomfortable reading. Very raw. This poem has a lot of emotional impact.

    I’m glad you put something up again that is yours, Anna 🙂

    Ario

  3. writerwoman Says:

    I’m breaking glass
    Inside my head.

    fantastic line! The sadness and desperation in this poem is gripping.

  4. paisley Says:

    i have so been there,,, exactly there… i know because you described it like you have been there too…….

  5. janetleigh Says:

    Oh this is wonderfully done, written in a fragile, vulnerable voice and excellent images:

    “I’m breaking glass
    inside my head”

    and the last 2 killer lines. Very powerful word choices, Anna..:) Kudos!

  6. Anonymous Says:

    I’m sorry honey,
    I caught my plane.
    I had to go,
    though I’m to blame.
    I did it all for you my dear
    but in my heart and soul you’re here.
    but I’ll be back as soon I can
    and then I’ll say ’tis here I am.
    a crushing hug and warm embrace
    and once again a smiling face.
    So hush now honey don’t dispair.
    because for you i’m always there.

  7. Anonymous Says:

    I don’t fink I wike you, Mishter Anonymush. You make Miss Anna cwy and frow things because you upseddith her too mutch.

    I fink your poem rockths, tho! \o/

    ;>jl

  8. Ken Coleman Says:

    I couldn’t have said it better! I can relate to all that! : – ) That’s for sure

  9. Rajeev Says:

    I read the poem and all the comments that followed and everything makes for some very good reading

  10. T.S.Eliot Says:

    Hi, nice poem. I am a english literature student. And could you tell something about the Rhyme scheme here and which rhyme scheme do you think is most beautiful

  11. Mary Says:

    Excellent creation! I can hardly think of any word to show my love to this poem. Every line makes me feel the feeling. “I had a dream but I was wrong.” Love the last line most.

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