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Branden Aeling

Rookie - 555 Points (August 3 / Freeport, IL)

A Message in a Bottle


In a little bottle just for you
Is something I leave in blue
A letter embroidered in red
For the things that can’t be said

I love you forever and always
Despite the fact we are apart
I will always remember your heart
So take these words I hold true
And bury them deep with in you

With ink signed in my blood as a promise
To never stop loving you here
No matter how apart or near
So I leave you with but few words
My heart is locked in ice for you
Waiting for your love to burn it through

Submitted: Wednesday, February 24, 2010

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  • Rookie Amrit Rathi (5/22/2010 3:02:00 AM)

    I liked the poem very much, poignant emotions[Is something I leave in blue
    A letter embroidered in red
    For the things that can’t be said]-very good write and rhythm. Thanks (Report) Reply

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