The White Girl

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

Part of it was written using a tone poem but the rest of it made me go with the flow~ The Little Girl

It moved through the water

In through the sad gloomy fog

And went through the dark tunnel

A rough voice shouts out

There she is in the air

Singing sadly wearing a white dress

Everything became blurry

Without knowing what's wrong

There she is; the same girl

This time alone

Chained up in a dungeon

Full of rats and bones

The guard came

And tossed her, her food

Th bread crumbled

But the cup of water stood

She crawled to it

With hungry-liked eyes

And grabbed her food

Like a monster would

As everything became blurry again

The girl wearing a white dress vanished

Alone laying there

Among the pile of bones

Was a small skull


Submitted: April 08, 2012

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