Blank White Pages

February 26, 2009
By PearlX PLATINUM, Ypsilanti, Michigan
PearlX PLATINUM, Ypsilanti, Michigan
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Blank
White pages
of nothingness
stretched across my Earth.
They are the walls
that hold me together pieces by pieces.
Crumbling in the fire.
No water can save these blank pages.
I hold in my hands
my story,
my walls,
my shelter,
my prison.
Falling to the cold ice
hidden by the snow.
Burning,
just burning
a hole through
my soul.


The author's comments:
Sometimes we all feel that everything that is holding us together falls apart. That our world crumbles. This is what I wanted to express in the poem. Enjoy.

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