Treasure Island

Maddy Jen


the blue feather


This poem is meant for you to imagine, to dream,
in the poem it doesn't say where you are, or what things look like,
its meant so you can imagine being there yourself.

The green eyes stare from the darkness,
They stare at you,
You stare at them,
then the shadow steps from the darkness
And you gasp in shock
Those green eyes,
The ones you stared at,
Are from a creature,
A creature of beauty,
She flutters her wings
And smiles a sweet smile
Her curly long hair, sways in the wind
And she speaks
The way she speaks is a wonder
She speaks with riddle and song
The words flow from her tongue,
You don’t understand what she says,
But it’s still a beautiful sound
She hands you a blue feather
She smiles and is gone into the sky,
Then, you wake up in your bed
Was it a dream?
You look down at your hand
And there’s the blue feather.

Submitted: Saturday, March 07, 2009
Edited: Saturday, March 07, 2009

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