Kelly Aragon

Rookie (November 27,2009 / Santa Clara)

Ghostly Masquerade Ball


Come one, Come all,
To the Masquerade Ball,
Into this dream,
You'll soon start to fall,

Ghostly figures,
They start to dance,
Hiding dead eyes
Behind beautiful masks,

Shimmering forms,
A beautiful waltz,
Sweet sounding music,
That plays on and on,

Watching in awe,
Not able to move,
As smooth moving figures
Dance around you,

In a new dress,
You put on your mask,
And start to dance
With a shimmering man,

No longer able to leave,
You join this sweet dance,
Flowing with music
You've lost your chance,

So come one, come all,
In this dream you'll soon fall,
Die and join us,
In this Ghostly Masquerade Ball.

Submitted: Saturday, February 20, 2010
Edited: Monday, March 15, 2010
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  • Rookie - 125 Points Romeo Della Valle (2/25/2010 7:03:00 PM)

    Wow, Kelly, superb, brava, well penned, which shows your great talent to me and the rest of world! Keep it up! You got a great talent...Where you are now I was, but I keep on going...10+++Lov... (Report) Reply

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