Raven and Owl.

September 11, 2012
By WhiteOwl16 BRONZE, Marble Hill, Missouri
WhiteOwl16 BRONZE, Marble Hill, Missouri
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Snowy Owl and the Blackest Raven,
One thought the other was a haven,
Heart beat in tune once more,
But once was enough for the Owl's heart tore,
Snowy Owl turned away to fly,
Without even saying goodbye,
The Black Raven didnt even notice the Owl,
For the Owl didn't hoot nor even howl,
If the Raven would let the Owl come close again,
The Raven could not think of what would happen,
For the two have a world of their own,
But who's to guess who would've known,
If the raven let the owl close again,
that the owl would always give in.

The author's comments:
Emotional time in my life that inspired this poem. the friendship between two seperate beings that no others can compare. This was also inspired by one of my friends.

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