The tale of the sun.

January 22, 2010
By forget_me_not SILVER, Chesapeake, Virginia
forget_me_not SILVER, Chesapeake, Virginia
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I see the girl on her tricycle peddling down the sidewalk.
I see the mailman with an armful of mail.
I see the little boy drawing pictures with his chalk.
I see the house down the street that is for sale.
I see the mother cooking dinner for her kids.
I see the father return home after deployment.
I see the teenage girl climb out of her window, even though her father forbids.
I see children palying hopscotch, purely for ewnjoyment.
I see all there is too see.
I look but can never touch.
For there is no one who has seen more than me.
I can't live in the world that i love so much.
For if i leave all shall die.
life can't exist without me.
I look down as the people walk by.
oh how i yearn to be free.
i close my eyes and say good bye.



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on Feb. 9 2010 at 2:43 pm
AbbotRabbit GOLD, Abolana, District Of Columbia
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Favorite Quote:
This poem has great flow and insight.
I really enjoyed it.
Lovely poem darling =]
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XxIll tell you Im an orphan after you meet myy familyXx

This poem has great flow and insight.

I really enjoyed it.

Lovely poem darling =]

-Please check out the works that I have posted on here it would be highly appreciated and I think you would greatly enjoy them, Thankk youz-

XxIll tell you Im an orphan after you meet myy familyXx

on Feb. 6 2010 at 12:43 am
forget_me_not SILVER, Chesapeake, Virginia
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thanks. I leave all my poems open for interpretation. it's one of my most vague poems. thanks again

on Feb. 6 2010 at 12:29 am
abeatlesfan65 GOLD, Stillwater, Minnesota
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Favorite Quote:
"My greatest trouble is getting the curtain up and down." - T.S. Eliot

Great poem! It encompasses more than a few feelings, the obvious and the not-so obvious. To me, that shows that you're aware of others. I don't know if that's what you meant the reader to take from it, but that's what I like about poetry; you can get out of it whatever you want, and it doesn't have to mean the same thing as the last time you read it. Again, good job!


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