Michelle Hyde (06/01/1990)
Biography of Michelle Hyde
As a young child I was always fascinated with poetry. I grew up with a lot of Edgar Allen Poe's work and one of Longfellow's poems called Paul Reveres Ride. I was first inspired to write poems as a sixth grade homework assignment and with the help of my teacher I found I had a natural ability for it. Since then I have written many poems inspired by the events that have occured over my lifetime.
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The lovers endless dance
The pavement makes no sound,
As we dance upon the silver ground.
Your skin is so pale,
So fragile and frail.
We dance the night away,
Until the break of day.
The candle light upon your skin,
Turns it a lovely golden.