The Once-So-Quiet Peace MAG

April 20, 2011
By Stephanie Thomas BRONZE, Pompton Plains, New Jersey
Stephanie Thomas BRONZE, Pompton Plains, New Jersey
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I am stuck in a box
If I stay in my upstairs room
With the ongoing flickering light
Called my dreams,
Only hope can fulfill
The scribbles of my dreams

My soul,
Which was once
Planted by the sun,
Begins to fade into the shadows.
It can no longer be
Tasted by the sky or
Heard by the grass or
Relieved in the lake’s forgiving waters.

The forgotten truth
Reveals that following the path,
Which carries the sweet melody of acceptance,
Is the true exit to individuality.

Leaving the building behind
to diminish in the tranquil fire
Only corrupts the
Quiet opinion that sparks my flames
of achievement,
Only breaks the once-so-quiet peace.

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AliB. BRONZE said...
on Apr. 24 2011 at 11:19 pm
AliB. BRONZE, Redwood City, California
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i love this. so deep


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