Poetry by Bryan Chabrow |

Pop Rocks and Chocolate

The candy bar I purchased today
Was an unnecessary expenditure
Extravagant and purposeless
But I purchased it regardless
Knew full well I didn’t need it
That I was acting on impulse
Finished it in three bites too
And after I discarded the packaging
I wasn’t satisfied or filled
I felt ashamed
For letting a vibrantly colored, metallic wrapper
Convince me that I was somebody else.

Bryan Chabrow is an eighteen-year old poet, songwriter, and playwright who has been published in things such as the Susquehanna University Apprentice Writer and Poetics Noire. Bryan enjoys cute women, late night conversations and driving with the windows down. In the fall he will attend Emerson College in Boston where he will major in "Writing, literature, and publishing".