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The Park by Ally Six

Poetry By: Rumblefish
Poetry


This is a metaphorical poem about love.
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Submitted:Apr 21, 2011    Reads: 25    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


This amusement park grows old, rides broken, tickets left unsold. In walks a man of a pristine age, buys a ticket; willing, unafraid. Jumping on ride after ride, ignoring pain on all sides. He's there even when the park fails, showing up everyday, never bails. The park never does him any good, but he helps it and does what he feels he should. The park broke down, finally kicked him out. He still loved the park dearly, though it killed him, nearly.




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