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She wanted to soar
Long after her blue feathers became silver tuna fish scales,
She thought the air would lift her to the clouds
To retrieve her mind,
Adrift it was–
Perhaps caught up in a storm.
She believed in sorcery magic,
There was a soul in every star,
Aliens on the moon,
So with a smile stitched,
A wand and a frozen clock,
She flew only to kiss the dirt.
The flowers ate the rest of her.



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TheCometThis teenager is a 'regular' and has contributed a lot of work, comments and/or forum posts, and has received many votes and high ratings over a long period of time. said...
today at 7:33 pm:
I'm just Speechless that's all i found to say lol it's so beautiful, sad at the end but the fact that held on to what she believed in was so beautiful. I loved it 5/5!!!
 
Gabrielleamar replied...
today at 10:50 pm :
thank you :))!!
 
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