Igneous

August 20, 2017
By Grace B BRONZE, Bloomington, Minnesota
Grace B BRONZE, Bloomington, Minnesota
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A heart made of igneous stone
A heart not to be left alone
What once was a fire
Fluid and lighter
Has still yet to find its way home

A heart made of igneous rock
A heart that was ruined by talk
Heat hit the dark air
Stood cornered and scared
A heart with the eyes of a hawk


The author's comments:

While limericks are usually comedic poems, I chose to go a different route because I love the rhythm these poems have. 


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