The End of the World

June 19, 2012
By KaseyB GOLD, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
KaseyB GOLD, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
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Favorite Quote:
"The rain in the past won't wash away the present" ~Me


The sky falls down
Forcing all trees to shatter,
Switching the rain to fall up
And the rainbows to turn dull.
Grass turns to water,
And water turns into land.
The cars melt away.
The mountains disappear.
The stars won’t sparkle,
Their cries we hear.
The sun and moon switch positions,
The earth stops spinning.
Colors turn to black and white.
Volcanoes no longer explode.
Dark turns to light,
While light is now dark.
All flowers drop in pain.
The noise becomes soundless.
Our hearts freeze from cold.
The eyes of the beloved don’t shine,
As the tears continue to fall.
We do not see beyond
What we choose to see.
The wind dies down.
The lightening will not strike
And tornadoes won’t twirl.
The words in the books are unreadable
And the pencils are left alone.
Butterflies won’t flutter their wings
And birds won’t sing their favorite tune.
Hugs no longer exist
And our words mean nothing.
Lungs are not longer used to breathe oxygen,
Only dust left in the air.
No one is unique
And we lack something special.
Everything is upside down.
Everyone’s smiles revert to frowns.



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