Irish Girl

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Historical Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
I have a short story rooted from this poem. Please comment!

Submitted: March 03, 2012

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There she is,

Standing by the door,

As the chilly wind blows,

The rain crashes down,

Like the ruins of a fought castle,

The rain splashes onto the forgotten battles,

The bloodshed,

The tears cried from the pain,

Overflow,

Into her own possession,

As if she never had chosen it,

The dress sways to the whistle,

Her emerald green eyes,

They seek hope,

As if there wasn’t such a thing,

The Irish castle towers the green,

As their strong accents show their own,

Not only Irish,

The seeking woman.

It's getting close to St. Patricks day so I thought I'd post it also thank you commenters and readers! You may not get the poem but of well its hard to follow. Thanks so much - Emily


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