Kelly Zion

Freshman - 527 Points [Tucalony] (11/27/1994)

Kelly Zion Poems

161. Spirit Georgia 1/30/2014
162. Spirit Twin 8/22/2015
163. Still Standing 6/17/2013
164. Sugar-Coated 6/4/2013
165. Suicide Beach 2/7/2015
166. Suicide Calligraphy 6/19/2014
167. Suicide Hotel 8/23/2013
168. Suicide Night 2/17/2015
169. Suicide Valentine 11/10/2014
170. Sweet Dreamers 4/4/2013
171. Sweet Obsession 6/5/2013
172. Sweet Pennyroyal Tea 2/26/2015
173. Sweet Safety 4/25/2013
174. Swim Together In The Pool 5/8/2013
175. The 27th Stone 4/29/2014
176. The Choice Is Yours 5/16/2013
177. The Day After Tomorrow 4/29/2013
178. The Feather Of My Soul 1/22/2014
179. The Hardest Thing On Earth 6/26/2014
180. The Home Of Broken Cockatiels 4/30/2014
181. The Last Shipment 6/26/2014
182. The Old Man Down The Road 6/4/2013
183. The Third Wall 8/22/2015
184. There Can Be 4/25/2013
185. There, But Nowhere 5/8/2013
186. They Got It Right 5/8/2013
187. Through The Stormy Skies 2/6/2015
188. Time Heals Everything 8/25/2015
189. Timid Tiger 5/9/2013
190. Tiny Hands 5/22/2014
191. Tires 10/10/2013
192. To A Real Good Home 12/23/2013
193. To Match The Stars 10/2/2013
194. Toad Of My Pocket 9/17/2014
195. Toad, My Eastern American Toad 10/25/2013
196. Topwater Friends 4/19/2013
197. 'Tornado Tommy' Style 4/16/2013
198. Tragedy Princess 7/26/2015
199. Tragic Endings 6/18/2014
200. True Country Comfort 4/25/2013
Best Poem of Kelly Zion

Water, Oh, Water

Water, water, that's how I'll die
I'll die in the hollow between day and light

water Oh, water, I love you, oh say
Water, my love
Oh won't you bury me?

I'll die in the water, oh love don't you cry
you can come visit, my black valentine

I'll die in the water, so peaceful and right
I'll die by my duckings, call me on the lake
of the water, the water endless as pain

I'll die, fall in, release my breath
I'll die in the water like Clemetine did.

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In The End

As we fly away in time
into the never endless skies
locked somewhere inside our minds,
we get caught up in the leaves,
the branches tug at our seams
saying, 'Don't leave, don't leave.'

But we fly away in time
remembering what we would never want to be.

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