A Dance In E Minor

May 18, 2009
By Katie Brown SILVER, Granite Springs, New York
Katie Brown SILVER, Granite Springs, New York
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A Dance in E Minor
Drops of dew surround my body
As I gently sink into the cool green field
Tiny bugs fill my nostrils
As I breath the fresh sent of mud and dirt
As my old torn slip
Wraps around my hot sweaty limbs
My pupil’s burn as I look into the burning sight
Of fire and ice in the sky
Where once marshmallows and rocking horses filled the blue
Now only sharp flames
And jagged icebergs take up the space
Smoke fills my lungs as they cry out and burn in pain
Where once a field of joy has now turned to a field I lie in vain

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