Poems are Leaves

February 6, 2012
By calliwalli BRONZE, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
calliwalli BRONZE, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
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Favorite Quote:
-Finding disapointment at the end of a long journey is worth satisfying curiosity.

-Going the wrong direction is still going somewhere. Wouldn't it be worse to go nowhere at all?


Writing a poem is handing
Part of your soul to a stranger,
Letting it go completely,
Dropping it as a tree drops leaves,
And hoping someone will notice
the patterns you made with the veins.



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dya.o PLATINUM said...
on Dec. 17 2013 at 9:30 am
dya.o PLATINUM, Milton, Florida
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Favorite Quote:
“If consensus is overrated, I think balance is, too.
I have no interest in living a balanced life.
I want a life of adventure.” | Chris Guillebeau

Simple but sweet! I love it!


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