Persephone's Daughter

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
When she comes, the sun will shine her hope

Submitted: May 18, 2008

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Submitted: May 18, 2008



Where mushrooms grow,
Where the deer I saw
Sailing its newborn to her death
In the shade of cold
A lady young and bold
Out of the waves she rose
Her dress was white
Her eyes were light
Just like the sparkle of her smile
And in her hands
She held some gems
Even the wildest flowers cried
Where honey flows
And the bees all walk
In a land of blue and black
There she lived
And there she loved
And left to shed her joy
The rainbow died
In a fierce fight
To beat the shining gems she brought
And when she spoke
The birds all sought
A place to hide their songs
The dark oak bowed
Her chants went loud
She turned into the wind of East
She ran and jumped
So bold and free
And I followed her to eternity

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