April 6, 2010
By Meavescrete SILVER, Potomac, Maryland
Meavescrete SILVER, Potomac, Maryland
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I’m walking down sidewalk, coming home from school, when I saw her face. Pretty face, sweet smile, on her little sun-filled face. I look at her and see that she’s still innocent, she doesn’t know, she’s still gold. I watch her blond bouncy curls as she walks by me. And I can only hope, that she stays innocent. That she stays gold, before the tide of time takes her innocence away.

The author's comments:
This poem was inspired by Robert Frost's poem "Stay Gold" It was after reading S.E. Hinton's "The Outsiders"

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JdCole said...
on May. 3 2010 at 9:20 am
This is very deep. Too many people burn in the tragedies of this world. It would be a better place if all of us were still innocent. But, if you have a pure heart, don't let this world get you down, don't let them take your innocence

on May. 2 2010 at 8:05 pm
Meavescrete SILVER, Potomac, Maryland
5 articles 1 photo 90 comments
Thank you. :)

_NoAir_ BRONZE said...
on May. 1 2010 at 1:05 pm
_NoAir_ BRONZE, Toronto, Other
4 articles 1 photo 463 comments

Favorite Quote:
There are as many ways to live as there are people in this world. Each one deserves a closer look.

–Golly (Harriet The Spy)

This is so meaningful, and it's so strange that you got inspire by a whole different topic. Nice job! :)


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