A/N A dramatic monologue is a poem where one person talks and the person that the speaker is talking to's answers are not recorded.

To the Unresponsive Mom

Mom, can you hear me?!

You sit alone while we starve, can't you see?!

Don't just sit there! Say something!

After Dad died, so did you,

But you are still alive,

And we still need you.

I will hunt and I will cook,

I will use the little money we have to look

As though you still feed us.

All I ask is that you speak

And not let Prim see you weak.

Don't let the Capitol see you can't care

And throw Prim and me into a home, love bare.

How can you expect me to trust you?

If I leave, you're all Prim has!

After Dad died, so did you,

But you are still alive

and we still need you.

Don't just sit there! Say something!

A/N Please read and review. There will be more poems on the way. I have ten ready, but I can come up with more if you say so!