Svanhildur Njálsdóttir

Rookie - 10 Points (October 9th 1992 / Reykjavík, Iceland)

Little Sister


Take my hand little sister
I will protect you from evil
the eyes are always watching
hands always grabbing
reaching from the ground to pull you
deep down under
below to the abyss beneath the feet
of the path you walk
so take my hand little sister
I will protect you

Call me a fallen angel
but it was for you I fell
My soul painted black with love
keeps me tainted
Although my hands are red
Please take it
I beg of you little sister
Let me protect you

They have said some things about me
Some of them true,
most of them true
yet they were all for you
I fell once and i will do so again
for you

Don't be like me little sister
Don't be like me
Let me protect you little sister
A demon to save you
from your demons
Kill me little sister
take my hand

Submitted: Friday, September 02, 2011
Edited: Saturday, September 03, 2011
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Comments about this poem (Little Sister by Svanhildur Njálsdóttir )

  • Rookie Stefanie Fontker (9/26/2011 4:59:00 PM)

    Very beautiful, I can tell there is a story behind this poem. Very dark and emotional words, I love this. (Report) Reply

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