January 8, 2012
By jmusic52 BRONZE, Tucson, Arizona
jmusic52 BRONZE, Tucson, Arizona
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The was she went about,
How she perceived the world,
That’s what was wrong,
Besides that, her beauty,
Gold hair and deep blue eyes,
Could have won over any passerby,
But instead,
She crept into their houses,
Stole their food,
Slept in their beds,
She drifted away,
This once, the owners came back early.
The bears were angry to find what she’d done,
Moving into the back room,
They found the young girl.
They assumed that she wanted everything her way,
Because she had could have just asked,
But instead, she took.
The bears were enraged, they had had no meal,
She hadn’t thought of how they would feel.
Command didn’t pay off, and they wouldn’t show love,
The bears snuck up, and woke her
With a push.
When awoken by
Surprise, they saw
Fear in those blue eyes
And then they decided
To eat. They began with her feet,
And ate part of the bed.

The author's comments:
This piece was written for English class. It is a fantasy poem, based on Goldilocks.

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