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CHRISTINE LOWRIE


Sky to me


Sky to others is just a sky to some it is heaven and even hell
To me it is my all an endless thing in life
Yes one day it will end but not in my lifetime
It stays there no matter What
it comes in all kind of colours
And all kind of wonders happen in the sky
and even though man has gone up to the sky
No one will really be one with the sky
It’s endless and alone and that’s what I like about it
Always there when I need it
No matter what the time no matter where I am
It’s always there no one can get rid of it
but that’s not true you can get rid of it
and we are slowly killing the sky
with own noisy and toxic machines

Submitted: Monday, October 01, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, April 12, 2011
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  • Rookie Christine Lowrie (10/1/2007 2:16:00 PM)

    hi again this is another one of my poems that makes two i've shown you lol well i have a thing for the sky and one day in english i was just looking out the window and started writing this poem now it's not just about the sky it's also about how we are killing the world and the sky well any way hope you like it ok (Report) Reply

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