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If Fate Had a Mailbox

May 25, 2012
By Karamel PLATINUM, Gwinn, Michigan
Karamel PLATINUM, Gwinn, Michigan
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Favorite Quote:
"Clever people will recognize and tolerate nothing but cleverness." -Anonymous

If Fate had a mailbox
on a country road somewhere
believe me when I say
she’d get mail from me out there.

She works in funny ways
shouting riddles right and left;
when asked for clarification
sends another just to vex.

Why me? I’d ask her first,
in a letter sealed with wax.
Don’t you have seven billion
others to test, to tease, to tax?

When she smiles, it is but fleeting
on her lips so carmine-worn,
and I thank her for the moment
’fore it runs off with the morn.

In a mailbox on a country road
white letters lie ever in wait
until the blue box is opened up
by a red-hearted fiend called Fate.

The author's comments:
Please feel free to rate and comment! If you don't like this piece, please leave a quick comment letting me know what you would change about it, so I can take that into account for future poems/stories. Thanks!

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AriShine GOLD said...
on Jun. 4 2012 at 6:07 pm
AriShine GOLD, Norcross, Georgia
13 articles 0 photos 130 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Whatever you are, be a good one." -Abraham Lincoln

This is such a cute poem! I love the personification. Good job!