Have i failed to recognize my home

March 24, 2009
By Miss_May1312 BRONZE, Lincoln, Nebraska
Miss_May1312 BRONZE, Lincoln, Nebraska
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I know longer know just where to go.
I have a place i call my room, but si it still there to go to?
Walk from place to place and come to a stop.
I watch the grass sway amongst the wind, and i begin to follow it.
I end up by a lake and suddenly remember what is all at stake.
I turn to walk back but realize i have no home.
The water is cold on my feet and sends shocks through my body when it touches my figner tips.
My tears turn to solid ice as if to silence my cries.
Deeper and deeper i go.
I run out of breath while i sink further down, my body screaming let me live, but my ehart silences all of it. The last beat of my heart was the worst, but when i died i came home, a place to call my own. a solid grave beneath the ground, is not where my spirit lies i reach higher and higher and fly my new home is in the sky.



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on Jul. 30 2009 at 10:33 pm
jennee21_ann GOLD, Helper, Utah
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Favorite Quote:
"Don't gain the world and lose your soul....wisdom is better than silver or gold."

"You can always close a book, but you can never close the mind of a writer."

wow. this is great...really great. you put a lot of heart into your writing and i love this piece!!

on May. 23 2009 at 7:44 pm
TheFinale24 SILVER, Hershey, Pennsylvania
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Favorite Quote:
"I noticed how beautiful the sky was the other day and then I realized it's because you're up there."

This poem is great.

on May. 18 2009 at 9:27 pm
LittlestBird GOLD, North Bay, Other
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This is very sad, but brilliantly written.

Joanna said...
on May. 2 2009 at 10:19 pm
Joanna, St. Catharines, Other
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Again, see the comment on "Wishful Thinking".

Chin up my friend!


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