Casey Jarrell

Rookie - 21 Points (6/23/1994 / Deridder, La)

Holy Fight


I was heavily shaken.
Fire was burning through the snow.
I was sad and so alone,
so I gracefully danced in the snow.

We will cross the road
to find the dove.
You've calmed the fire that you lit!

Sha la la la- my heart smiles for the second time.
Our voices made a new vision.
Sha la la la- the warmth of the world is a midst us.
I shall be the one to ask you.
'Please pray for me.'

I looked up at the night sky that was bustling.
The stars changed gently from time to time.
In the steepness of my face,
a tear was shining like a star.

In the corner of my date,
you were at that event.
We gently smile by the child!

Sha la la la- your heart is smiling on your sleeping face.
Your dream opens in the sky.
Sha la la la- this makes me run into the world.
Look into your heart.
'Please pray for me.'

Sha la la la- my heart smiles for the second time.
The laughter of smiles resonate.
Sha la la la- the warmth of the world is a midst us.
I shall be the one to ask you.
'Please pray for me.'

Submitted: Friday, December 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, January 10, 2014

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This is the story of two girls that are in need of some friends to help them out because they were going through a really bad time.

This is actually my first Christmas poem, so I hope you enjoy it.

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