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Twilight in a nutshell: A poem

Poetry By: kidarox123
Poetry



Twilight in a nutshell...This is a poem that hits all the main events in Twilight! Enjoy!! (Sorry that the rhyming is a little sucky, i was being a little bit lazy!


Submitted:Dec 2, 2008    Reads: 229    Comments: 4    Likes: 1   


TWILIGHT IN A NUTSHELL: A POEM

Just another rainy place,
Forks, i wonder why not spoons?
Wishing Mike would get off my case,
He won't leave me alone!

Edward walks by with grace,
with nothing but confusion,
on his perfect face,
Leaving me slightly dazed,

Biology's next oh gosh i hope,
today there's no blood,
I don't know if i'll be able to cope,
With that rancid stench for long,

Today he's gone,
I try to not notice,
but somehow i feel a bond,
Even though we've hardly spoken

He's here again,
gone to counseling or something?
I wonder where he's been,
suddenly we're speaking,

The van is out of control,
i know that this is the end,
Edward saves my soul,
and leaves me questioning,

He holds a millions secrets,
none of them are mine,
He's giving up, it's,
only about time,

The beach is nice,
but Jacob's legends are better,
Vampires, werewoloves, at what price?
Beautiful, wonderful....and deadly?

What does one do,
With the forbidden fruit,
When it's already in your hands, clue:
You bring it to your lips,

I've worn that cheapy glitter stuff,
but Edward shines like the sun,
How do i look away when i can't get enough?
I'm way past addicted now,

Sports had never been my thing,
unless black and blue's in style,
This one game's, proven it to be deadly, aiming
all at me,

When your faced with death,
and have to choose,
Take my breath,
but don't kill him too,

His body- unbreakable,
his heart is not,
He trys to keep mine stable,
While sucking out the blood,

Beeping's always been annoying,
now i want to break it,
the moment it's spoiling,
while edward kisses me,

The prom dress is worn,
with a cast to match,
on the park bench,
with love that will last.





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