Sans Titre

April 20, 2009
By Chelsea Robinson BRONZE, Christchurch, Other
Chelsea Robinson BRONZE, Christchurch, Other
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Wrapped in a cloak of green
Walking down my street
A frosty winter scene
Leaves kicking at our feet
Empty road between empty pavement
Allows us time to breathe
Away from materialistic enslavement
No need to seethe
Though cloud is abundant
And sky is thoroughly rare
Unhappiness is redundant
Just knowing that you're there

The author's comments:
Written with love in my heart

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on Apr. 27 2009 at 3:28 am
jennnnnnn BRONZE, Irvine, California
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wow this is a really intriguing poem, i like it a lot, especially 'unhappiness is redundant'. thats a pretty powerful thing to say.

itd be great if you could check out my poems/pictures thanks!

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