Cross the Bridge at Sunset

October 4, 2011
By maglove97 GOLD, New Hampton, New Jersey
maglove97 GOLD, New Hampton, New Jersey
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Favorite Quote:
Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.
Abraham Lincoln


I crossed the bridge at sunset
The wind blew through my hair
And through the distant plains
I could hear the wind chime sing
It spoke of distant memories
Of war, of love, of change
It spoke of all that it could see
Throughout these weathered days
And though it may be small
Its sound is loud and clear
As I cross this bridge at sunset
It is all I hear


The author's comments:
Sometimes, you find inspiration from the most random ideas. My English teacher gave me the first two lines, and I put together everything I had learned that day in all my classes. It's amazing what it can turn into.

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dancestar GOLD said...
on Nov. 11 2011 at 1:27 pm
dancestar GOLD, Westford, Massachusetts
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Favorite Quote:
BE WHO YOU WANNA BE NOT WHO OTHERS WANNA SEE!!!

tht was really gud...it was short and sweet and was in my opinion very well done...gud job! check out my poems if u have time! :)


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