Jessica Zurawel


Fall - Poem by Jessica Zurawel

We were standing there,
He took my hand,
A tear slid down his face,
I felt his hand let go,
I watched as he walked away,
Standing so still,
Not moving,
Only my breathing was heard,
I fell to my knees,
Put my head to my legs,
And cried,
Night fell upon me,
Only I could still feel my tears,
As they slid down my face,
I was finally shattered,
And as I walk along the rode,
I came upon a bridge,
Rain drops falling,
I fell foward with the rain drops,
Down...,
Gone.

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  • Rookie thomas tromblee (5/13/2009 6:19:00 PM)

    i like it. lots of imagary. you get this from a personal experience? (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 13, 2009



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