Pedal After Pedal

September 1, 2016
By JennaRoseRubino SILVER, Pequannock, New Jersey
JennaRoseRubino SILVER, Pequannock, New Jersey
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Favorite Quote:
"Failure is my teacher, not my judge"

It is a common forgetting fact that our love note will soon write it's last sentence. Us at two strangers was the gateway to new adventures. Your voice is a wave crashing onto the shore. I run through the sun burning sand with my bare feet so your waves could drown me in your last name. 

Suddenly, time is poisoning you. Pedals from flowers you have given me are dissapearing into the wind as each day goes by. Your last breath was the last drop of ink that composed our last sentence. 

"Now you can start a new chapter"

The author's comments:

This poem I wrote is about meeting a stranger. The adventures that are experienced lead to falling in love. This kind of love results into marriage. The end represents growing old together and the melhancholy that is built when one person's life in that relationship is slowing ending. 

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