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Goodbye Flower

The tree’s stand still,
The wind is hushed;
We’ve killed another flower.
Its petals close up,
It falls to the ground.
All of this happens without a sound.



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Ellawind said...
Jan. 3, 2011 at 10:35 pm:
Trees doesn't need an apostrophe, but that's all I'll say about grammar, except for saying the period after flower is very fitting. I like the last sentence, because I feel like it represents people not caring when such sad moments happen. Nice!
 
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Just.A.Dream said...
Nov. 9, 2010 at 8:45 pm:
Short, and to the point. :) I know you made it so it was supposed to be about the earth, but I took it in a different perspective. You could take this poem and pull out so many meanings from it, which I love. Good job!
 
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