The Way the Wind Blows

Poem by: WinterFairy

Summary

Poem of a princess longing for more...

Content

Submitted: August 12, 2012

A A A | A A A

Content

Submitted: August 12, 2012

A A A

A A A


The Way the Wind Blows

Looking out

Towards the sea,

As the waves crash

Around me.

They reach up

To where I stand,

Safe for now

On dry land,

But I teeter

On my toes,

as behind me

The wind blows.

No point resisting:

I have for too long.

So I give in

To the wind’s sweet song.

Skinny and frail,

I think of the past,

Wishing for

The fall to last.

Never loved,

And too smart

With no hope

Of a fresh start.

Down I fall

To greet the sea,

My crown falling

Just past me

And as my dress billows

Out, with my locks

I see not the sea

But sharp rocks.


© Copyright 2016 WinterFairy. All rights reserved.

The Way the Wind Blows

Status: Finished

Genre: Poetry

Houses:

Details

Status: Finished

Genre: Poetry

Houses:

Summary

Poem of a princess longing for more...
Share :
Twitter

Add Your Comments:

Comments

avatar

Author
Reply

avatar

Author
Reply

avatar
avatar

Author
Reply

avatar

Author
Reply

avatar

Author
Reply

avatar

Author
Reply

avatar

Author
Reply

avatar

Author
Reply

avatar

Author
Reply

avatar

Author
Reply

avatar

Author
Reply

avatar

Author
Reply

Other Content by WinterFairy

Booksie Popular Content

Genres & Types

Add picture

Paste the link to picture in the entry below:

— or —

Drag a picture from your file manager into this box,
or click to select.

Add video

Paste the link to Youtube video in the following entry:

Existing Comments:
Bad selection

Cannot annotate a non-flat selection. Make sure your selection starts and ends within the same node.

(example of bad selection): This is bold text and this is normal text.
(example of good selection): This is bold text and this is normal text.
Bad selection

An annotation cannot contain another annotation.

Anonymous
Really delete this comment?
Anonymous
Really delete this comment?

There was an error uploading your file.


    
Anonymous