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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Just read it i dont know how to describe it :/

Days growing longer, nights bright and bold, stories of a better time, all the lies ive sold,

Mornin dawn full of bliss, The longing we all go through to find true loves kiss,

Sun fading turning to stone, Countless times i see the moon stranded alone,

Stars shine in the night sky to show us hope, No matter how dim ,

The stars give us hope and bring us together, Could be rain sunshine it doesnt matter we're here forever,

The blue of the ocean sky, The pale of my untanne skin, The ache comming from a red prison caged within,

The green of the grass, As summers pass,

The sparkle of a tear whenever your near, the twinkle in your eye when you cry, The feeling of freedom when we see you, The joy you bring us on the dawn of a new,

The laughter you bring us on a dark stormy night, The whips of madness u toss across the sky hurling with all your might,

A whisper comes to my ear, the sound of you calling whenever your near,

Its not heaven nor hell which will keep us alive, But the dreams youve forsaken to keep my soul revived.

Submitted: June 07, 2011

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just read et x] hehe yea i goh through longing for true loves kiss so much that i almost don't belive in et and the stars being our hope they often disappear so rarely ever hope is there for us this poem was sad at first darling but ten it got happier and happier and my spirits got lifted thinks for telling me about ur nexct poem hon tell me when u write another darling ;D

Wed, June 8th, 2011 5:11pm


Lol alright i kno you need your fix haha :) an thanks for the comment

Wed, June 8th, 2011 2:12pm


i like this one too

Thu, March 1st, 2012 2:57am

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