The Butter Cloud

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
This is about two people who are in love but are not together anymore. Please give honest opinions

Submitted: November 24, 2011

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Submitted: November 24, 2011




I laughed, he laughed

My hand in his

Palm to palm

We lead each other adrift

Sitting on a butter cloud

That soon melts away

‘We’ only exists now

As when the butter cloud goes

We can never stay

We’ll be floating in the air

It will stay that way

Palm to palm

Becomes a meaningless expression

Because we’ve fallen off our butter cloud

Into a mind of depression

Now we are alone the cold breath attacks us

Freezing our souls until the day we die

Because the butter cloud was too hot

It melted, we died

Solemn voices now fill the skies

And a large black hole is perfectly in the middle

Where the butter cloud should stand

And palm from palm

Our minds are stolen

We are blind with despair and confusion

Deaf from the icy winds sharp claws

Lost from the butter cloud’s warm, smooth floor

Palm to palm

We will find each other

And live on our butter cloud happily forever.

© Copyright 2018 Jade Allen. All rights reserved.

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