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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Mystery and Crime  |  House: Booksie Classic
A young girl was left orphaned after her father died by a mysterious event. Only the little girl would know but no one would believe talks from a little girl. After all, it could be just imagination or perhaps something really bizarre only such a pure and innocent child could see beyond our eyes.

Submitted: December 10, 2016

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Submitted: December 10, 2016






The night sky awakes,
As the sun sets by the lake,
And the noises cease to silence,
Nothing seems to be awake.

A little breeze brushed over the silence,
There seems to be a little disturbance,
What could it be one would wonder,
Beware for one would wander.

Curiosity is a crime,
As dawn breaks came a cry,
A crowd filled with horror,
A beginning of a tremendous sorrow.

Today's color is black,
For many felt slack,

Buried six feet below the hearth,

Wiping off their existence off the earth.


Tears cascaded from hollow eyes,

A little girl gave a sigh,

Once her captain and a protector,

But now he is home with his Saviour.


Murmurs of rumours,

Ticking of hours,

Hustling and bustling,

Investigation is ongoing.


Rolls of tapes,

Clues cleverly hidden,

A game of hide and seek,

Finders keepers losers weepers.



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