High Noon Poem (Adapted after High Noon by Edward Hopper)

November 9, 2017
By James_Gregory423 BRONZE, Riggins, Idaho
James_Gregory423 BRONZE, Riggins, Idaho
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An old empty house
Only one girl
She has no husband

Alone in this world

She looks at the sunset
Hand over heart
Tries to stay hopeful

Without falling apart

A big white house
With a red trim
She stands in the doorway

Waiting for him


The author's comments:

This poem was written after seeing the painting High Noon, by Edward Hopper


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