The Flight

March 14, 2014
By Juneza-Ann Borro SILVER, Iloilo, Other
Juneza-Ann Borro SILVER, Iloilo, Other
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The summer air mingled with my breath,
As the sun fade, the darkness met
My heart that thudded together with the night,
Alone at last, death of the light.

I spread my wings and fly at day,
I soar in the air; from my home I'm away,
Yet as the distance grew, I never moved,
Still trapped but free; from the world I roamed.

Rice grains seemed gold with the setting sun,
Coldness crept as my life began
Crumbling as the light fade again,
i long for the death of the dark; birth of the light.

The author's comments:
I hope to solicit your interpretations about my poem. Thank you.

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This article has 2 comments.

on Mar. 16 2014 at 11:04 pm
LuckyLuis BRONZE, None, Other
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i also love this poem. it's so intricate and marvelous. check mine too.

on Mar. 16 2014 at 10:56 pm
TheDolphin ELITE, Iloilo, Other
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this poem is so wonderful. i like the use of imagery. keep writing.!!!!!!!!!!!1


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