Sway me Two

November 1, 2008
By Ciera Rose Carter, La Quinta, CA

The sun shines bright on my face,
As I lye in the meadow,
Where you use to be within my presence.

As the piano plays a melody,
So luscious and so exquisite,
It tells a story of those who have been lost,
For those who have taken the picture of their life,
It was snapped and cropped to be what they wanted to be like.

The ocean takes the sound of the lost heartbeats away,
Away from my ears,
Away from my presence,
Away from me,
As I watch you disappear,
I wonder if I’m the only one watching,
I look around to see nobody, but me,
In the split second you were gone.

You now sway with the leaves in the wind,
Your spirit is here,
But your body itself is lost within others,
Twisted and mangled into someone else’s.
You are finally free.



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Bethany said...
on Nov. 12 2008 at 12:46 am
This poem is and should be an inspiration of life. Whatever way we take this poem take as a gift that we have life. This poem is excellent and can never be hated on for the writer only knows the real meaning. Great job on this poem and keep writing your talent is AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

sunny said...
on Nov. 11 2008 at 9:02 pm
I liked the poem very much

scitwn1 said...
on Nov. 8 2008 at 9:14 pm
Great job!

scitwin2 said...
on Nov. 8 2008 at 9:08 pm
This is a beautiful poem!!


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