Treasure Island

zoe blackbird

(October 1,1998)

The bird


Imagine if you can,
A bird in a tree chirping ever so sweetly,
On a bright summer day,
All your worries hath gone away,
Not a thing for anybody to say.,
But to think what sorrow would play,
On such brilliant a day,
If the bird were to perish completely,
What once a sound the angels loved,
Now dead, dead, dead as the broken hearted dove,
Should sadness consume now the world lay still, still,
Still as a tomb.

Submitted: Monday, February 24, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, February 25, 2014

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written on 11/13/13 by me, as part of a journal entrée I had to write for school, I decided to make it a poem. I'm sorry it gets rather sad. I hope you like it, thanks for reading this :) I hope you enjoyed it

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