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Baby Doll

December 17, 2010
By Saysh PLATINUM, Brentwood, California
Saysh PLATINUM, Brentwood, California
31 articles 1 photo 80 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Writing is a socially acceptable form of schizophrenia." ~E.L. Doctorow


Small gray eyes
Have watched
Year in and year out
At all the joy and pain

She saw the deaths
She saw the fights
She saw a love
And she witnessed a lost hope

She’ll witness more, I know
More loss
Maybe a first heartbreak
Maybe the smile after a first kiss

Though she has no words
No voice or encouraging advice
She’s always helped
Always been there for me

For a sad girl
Her shoulder was always there
Whenever the time came
For a simple cry


The author's comments:
A poem for my baby doll, Lucy. :)

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Steph0804 GOLD said...
on Aug. 31 2011 at 9:46 am
Steph0804 GOLD, Seoul, Other
12 articles 4 photos 206 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Explaining a joke is like dissecting a frog: you understand it better, but the frog dies in the process." -E.B. White

This is short, sweet, and powerful. The emotion was really intense. I love your poems!

on Jul. 31 2011 at 3:54 pm
PaRaNoRmAl627 GOLD, Mountainside, New Jersey
15 articles 0 photos 297 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Do what you want. If it's something you'll regret in the morning, sleep late."

 this is very deep and seems like it has a looot of emotion behind itt. good job :) the only thing i have to say is that in the first stanza you said watched year in and year out at all the joy and pain. you dont watch at something, lol. but im assuming that was just a slight mix up

tealbird said...
on Jul. 31 2011 at 10:09 am
Even though the poem is short, it says so much more than what is written. Really good job at captivating emotion.

on Dec. 23 2010 at 3:47 pm
artistinda_lonelily SILVER, Joliet, Illinois
8 articles 0 photos 43 comments
i like this. i especially liked the first three sections. the last is good, but the first three beat all. good job ;)


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