Treasure Island

tabitha driskell

(September,24,1993 / Albany, Georgia)

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Emotions are hard to find.
They are always hiding.
Where can we find them?
Poetry, the words of emotions.
If it was not for poetry,
where would we be?
How could we express ourselves.
With the metaphors saving us.
With the emotions expressing our love.
There is no stopping poems.
To wittiness and comedy
To loss and sorry.
There is no stopping emotions in poetry.
So watch what you say in poems,
You emotions will show.
Where you least expect it.
....poems, words of emotion.

Submitted: Saturday, April 20, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 30, 2013

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This poem just shows how important a poem can be. I just made it up as I went. I hope you will like it. Emotions are very important and there are people who can only write their emotions down.

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