Lheo Lacostales


Snow Flakes Poem by Lheo Lacostales


Snow flakes, snow flakes
Falling from the sky
From oceans, rivers, to lakes
You are the reason why I cry

Snow flakes, snow flakes
Beautiful, brilliant and cold
I still have what it takes
To love you even if I'm old

Snow flakes, snow flakes
Causes my heart to break
I was once a prisoner of my past
By the crippling fear away I was cast

Snow flakes, snow flakes
Crawling in my skin
Though you lift my soul up high
These wounds they will not heal

Snow flakes, snow flakes
Summer is near
I know that you'll leave
And soon you will disappear

Snow flakes, snow flakes
In you I found my faith
But please remember this
For the next winter for you I'll wait

Submitted: Saturday, August 24, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013

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I was inspired by the kid show Nihao Kailan.. hehehe thanks to my younger brother.. :)

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