Frozen Blue

April 19, 2013
By ACC326 SILVER, Cochranville, Pennsylvania
ACC326 SILVER, Cochranville, Pennsylvania
6 articles 0 photos 2 comments

Frozen flecks pierce and pick
Ice with intricate designs,
Cool and fresh,
Swirls and spirals,
Sustained only in flight,
Melting instantaneously
When touched by rays of light,
Trickled own a frozen branch
Drops and shatters quickly,
Warmth thaws a world of ice
Water takes its place,
No longer silent
Instead a drumming beat,
Carve out the valleys
Leave its name behind,
Extinguish strong perfumes
Emanating from flower beds,
Leave a temporary trace,
Cleanse the world of sorrow,
Sadness,
And
Stress,
Replace it with happiness,
Build a bubbling rainbow,
Never a consistent plan,
Unexpected,
But predictable,
A sudden freeze,
The ice returns,
The sorrow is sustained,
To be met by sunlight once again



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izzyjobe29 said...
on May. 10 2013 at 10:28 am
I really like this poem! Everything is described so well and it feels like you're really there.

emily said...
on May. 10 2013 at 10:28 am
This is an AMAZING poem!!!! It really speaks to me. I love it!!!

ACC326 SILVER said...
on May. 1 2013 at 8:07 pm
ACC326 SILVER, Cochranville, Pennsylvania
6 articles 0 photos 2 comments
I love this poem. It seems to come alive.


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