What Could Happen

July 9, 2009
By TheUnknownGuest GOLD, Woodbridge, Virginia
TheUnknownGuest GOLD, Woodbridge, Virginia
14 articles 4 photos 110 comments

Favorite Quote:
I can't remember it clearly, but it went something like this:

"The past is the past, the future is the furture. But now, now is like a gift, which is why it is called present."


The Clouds
Those Clouds
The Sun
That Sun
The Trees
Those Trees
The Run
That Run

The Grass
That Grass
The Moon
That Moon
The Seas
Those Seas
The Cocoons
Those Cocoons

The House
That House
The Man
That Man
The Girl
That Girl
The Tan
That Tan

The Bees
Those Bees
The Money
That Money
The Wild
That Wild
The Honey
That honey

They all seem pointless
They're really not
Soon they could be gone
This world will be a big knot


The author's comments:
I'm a beginner at writing poetry.
I got inspired by looking out of my window and seeing the clouds and trees. I was thiking about how our world is supposed to die in a couple years. I added some selfish things, but with a need like money because it's both a want and a need and I'm sure we will all miss our world when it's gone.

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on Aug. 10 2011 at 1:39 am
TheUnknownGuest GOLD, Woodbridge, Virginia
14 articles 4 photos 110 comments

Favorite Quote:
I can't remember it clearly, but it went something like this:

"The past is the past, the future is the furture. But now, now is like a gift, which is why it is called present."

I agree! I couldn't think of what to replace it with. If I found out how to edit the whole article without deleting it and reposting, I would.

on Aug. 10 2011 at 1:37 am
TheUnknownGuest GOLD, Woodbridge, Virginia
14 articles 4 photos 110 comments

Favorite Quote:
I can't remember it clearly, but it went something like this:

"The past is the past, the future is the furture. But now, now is like a gift, which is why it is called present."

I will. Thank you!

EMOEMY GOLD said...
on Dec. 31 2009 at 4:48 pm
EMOEMY GOLD, Flower Mound, Texas
15 articles 2 photos 20 comments

Favorite Quote:
"If the world didn't suck we would all fall off", "My life's goal is to make those closest smile and laugh", "If you don't like it change it"

That was confusing at first but then I read your comment thanks so much your a really good beginner keep righting please :-)

on Aug. 9 2009 at 4:27 pm
LoveLikeWoe DIAMOND, LeSueur, MN, Minnesota
54 articles 2 photos 748 comments

Favorite Quote:
Whoever laughs first has the sickest mind.

this is good. very awesome. keep up the good writing! and thank you for the comment on my exact you poem.

on Aug. 5 2009 at 6:09 pm
unearthlyhaphazard GOLD, N/A, New York
15 articles 0 photos 177 comments

Favorite Quote:
"There are three rules for writing the novel. Unfortunately, no one knows what they are."~W. Somerset Maugham

I love the poem, and the repetition of the items. I just think that maybe you should change the last line, because I don't think it fits in with the poems theme.




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