Frozen Incasement

October 3, 2008
By sissykat PLATINUM, Royal Oak, Michigan
sissykat PLATINUM, Royal Oak, Michigan
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Frozen Encasement

The frozen ice that numbed her body;
her lungs; they burn from the
frigid winds,
snowflakes dance among the bodies
of the lifeless;
like fairies in a meadow,
ice-cold hands grasp her;
pull her into darkness,
frozen glass walls surrounds her;
teardrops frozen on the pale-white skin;
A bed of silver roses lies beneath her,
her heart beats;
1,
2,
3 times more;
as she drifts ff into an endless slumber;
trapped in a
frozen encasement;
she gently froze to death.



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on Jan. 25 2009 at 7:08 pm
I'm numb too! I can relate! I love you so much and we all love your poems! Your poetry are all the words I wanted to say but did not know how to say it. *wipes away your beautiful tears*

lexi said...
on Jan. 18 2009 at 11:22 pm
cat i love this! the only thing i would even think to change is the numbers, i would have made it into word form, but it works just as well in numbers! love you!


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