Bella Ravenstar

Rookie (Southern California)

Cursed


Listen to this fable
And see if it rhymes
The foolish donkey
Is pulling a cart
The man with the reins
Is dangling a carrot
The donkey snaps for it
But the carrot goes out of reach
The donkey wants the carrot
But carrot reach it
But the higher it goes
Then it stops this foolish game
A young girl is looking for love
She meets a boy who likes her
She wants him as her boyfriend
And he says maybe
He gives her a kiss on the cheek
She wants more
Then he says good bye
Her heart is broken again
Another boy comes
And teaches her to dance
Then comes romance
But then he too runs away
Her heart goes ache
The more she wants
The more the love goes out of reach
She finally gives up

Submitted: Wednesday, August 19, 2009

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  • Rookie Djinnga Fairbairn (8/19/2009 3:02:00 PM)

    the words and images flow...the feeling strong, the disappointment evident....liked it bella...very descriptive the journey leading to present path...let me add the 'never give up' as a final touch...thoughts and smiles (will not rate it...how can you rate the heart?) (Report) Reply

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