Winter Snow

July 16, 2009
By Gabriel Belino BRONZE, Bauang, Other
Gabriel Belino BRONZE, Bauang, Other
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The wind has deadened my body,
The sun in winter wasn't bright,
The fire of my heart's gone soddy,
And I'm like the snow, lifeless, pale and white.

O gone, you're gone and Time has got you buried!
'Wish I could be of help, but you got yourself so hurried,
I could have tomorrow so better, but you got my dreams to a shatter,
And since you're gone, I've done nothing and everything doesn't matter.

You're gone, and all the memories did I save,
They were all empty shells, since you have laid on your grave.

The author's comments:
This poem is based on the situation in the movie "Dead Poets' Society". I based the emotion on how Todd Anderson knew what happened to his best friend Neil Perry, the main character.
This poem is considered a quiz for our English subject.

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