I want to be unexplored

But you invaded my grounds

Destroying what you could

Chiseling away at every piece

Taking what you want


When you packed up & left

You took what you found

Leaving nothing but dust

From the grounds you explored




Author: Hannah Krebbs
Email: krebbs.hannah@gmail.com
Author Bio: My name is Hannah Krebbs, I am a senior at Northwest High School. For my creative writing class, we are required to submit some of our work to be published, and I have chosen Harness Magazine.


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