The Fall

March 5, 2011
By Anonymous

May I say that you’re my landing zone?
Without you I’d always be in the sky.
But you didn’t leave me all alone,
For there your honor I cannot buy.
Sure my parachute broke the fall,
It didn’t heal the fear neither,
But alone I wouldn’t be alive at all.
So the pain turned to a fever.
Days and days later I felt sick,
The damage was really killing my brain,
The accident turned my vision slick.
I shouldn’t have jumped of that plane.

So now everything for me turned dark I lost all hope,
But then I looked at you and I decide to climb back the slope.

The author's comments:
I did this article for a sonnet asignment for my class

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