My Ribbon

March 21, 2010
By NeverEnding... GOLD, Northeast, Maryland
NeverEnding... GOLD, Northeast, Maryland
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Favorite Quote:
"It was as if you had died and no one came to your funeral"
"Whenever i see you i burst apart and scatter the sky with my blazing heart"
"If we can't be happy, maybe we shouldn't be together"
"Right and wrong have ceased to mean much to me"

My ribbon delicately falls
Right off the castle walls
It floats, light as a feather
Unaffected my the birds and weather
The rain does drop and the wind blows
Unaffected down my ribbon goes
It meets water finally
My ribbon has deserted me
Hopeless as ever i watch it sink
I feel a pull, i cannot think
I am dragged out the window
I fall head first meeting again
With my enemy in the water then
my ribbon closes around my throat
I'm dragged down with the weight of my coat
I thought in my head
"Just Dead"

The author's comments:
This poem describes how i used to love my ribbon(life)but it falls and brings me closer to death in a way that i feel pain most every day

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