Frozen

March 4, 2011
By Siena Hester SILVER, Park City, Utah
Siena Hester SILVER, Park City, Utah
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The water drips down, slowly.
You wait to watch it fall and splatter on the ground.

But you notice it does not fall, it is simply frozen in time.
The water resembles the sadness that people trap inside themselves daily, and are to afraid to release it.

When they finally let it out, they feel relieved. The feeling may side for a little, but sadness is always trapped inside of everyone and everything.

It waits to get triggered and come out again, and once again, it will just be frozen, just waiting to melt out of the victims it possesses over and over again.


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on Apr. 8 2011 at 2:07 pm
The_Girl_Next_Door PLATINUM, Elkins, Arkansas
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Favorite Quote:
~*The mind has but a thousand eyes, and the heart is left with one...Yet the light of a whole life dies the moment love is done.*~

Simple but beautiful. I love it :D

Yours truly,

Alexandra



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