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"Untitled" by Anahi Moreno

Updated: Jul 7


You’ll drown dear. You’ll drown

When you are high in the sky

Under the crushing weight of unfulfilled promises,

You’ll drown dear. You’ll drown

Deep in the earth

Among the footsteps of Elysium,

Heroes and martyrs,

You’ll drown dear. You’ll drown

Beneath the call of sirens,

The ghost of chains and deceit.

You have been warned.



As a 11th grade student at Pocomoke High School (class of 23), Anahi Moreno aspires for her writing to invoke emotion and memories. She started writing poetry in her middle school years, following along with the courage to submit for contest in high school. She has one 3rd place in the Eastern Shore Young Author’s Literacy Contest, and is ready for her writing to reach new limits.

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