What I Found in the Meadow

November 26, 2009
By Claire_Milan PLATINUM, Waldorf, Maryland
Claire_Milan PLATINUM, Waldorf, Maryland
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Favorite Quote:
"Love that we cannot have is the one that lasts the longest, hurts the deepest, and feels the strongest because True Love cannot be found where it truly doesn't exist nor can it be hidden where it truly does."---A wise young man


The ground beneath me begins to quake,

the soil is warm,


I like it here.

The sun above me brightly gleams,

the rays of gold turn me in,


and I find,


I like it here.

The birds--every one--singing in harmony.

the flowers sway--side to side

the grass grown luscious, deep, green


and I find--


I like it here.

Enclosed in a grip,

firm, gently, strong, and warm.

seeing the green, the blue, the brown,

plush feathers and laughs-floating,

and the one thing I find,


I love it hereā€¦


The author's comments:
The inspiration from this poem came from a scene in one of my favorite movies. There are two people in a field of flowers and it's there that they both admit to each other that they love each other...I decided to place myself in that meadow to see what I could see...It was everything I expected it to be too...

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