Water's Cycle

June 9, 2011
By Conor Hynes BRONZE, Madison, Connecticut
Conor Hynes BRONZE, Madison, Connecticut
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Life flows on
souls pour out
the world floats on a sheet of ice
water drops
the ice grows
space getting ever so cold
the man getting ever so bold
a crack stretching far and wide
splits the world in a new divide
death and despair
plague the air
the worlds collide
on its decaying divide
new life begins to form
followed by a promising thunderstorm
rain flows
life begins
water causes everything.

The author's comments:
This is a poem about life take it as you may. I love it.

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