Penelope

Poem by: egm94

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Based off of Penelope from Greek Mythology, in the perspective of Demeter.

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Submitted: January 04, 2009

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Submitted: January 04, 2009

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My beloved daughter,
How could you eat the
succulent sweet fruit
when you ventured down to
the cold, dark world?
When you leave me,
I am devastated. As are
the crops, that crumble
when you are gone.


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Penelope

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Based off of Penelope from Greek Mythology, in the perspective of Demeter.

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