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Now I Stand

Poetry By: Tally

Tags: Tree, Sway, Graze, Lay, Stand

A poem.

Submitted:Sep 6, 2012    Reads: 5    Comments: 1    Likes: 0   

I was sloten from a crystal palace then set apon a throne of glass. The glass shattered beneath my figure and I was lead to a castle of stone. This castle held strong till fire sang; abandoned for the noble, crashing waves. But as I lived my life under sea, land above was dearly missed. Now I stand, a part of all. My lean branches graze the clouds, the sky. My tall trunk sways with wind, with rain. My powerful root lays beneath grass, beneath soil.


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