Jessica Kissner

Rookie (May 26,1989 / Elmhurst, Illinois)

The Enchanted Forest


I walk away from the world I know
To a forest were each thing can change
And where the floor is carpeted with moss so green.
It is here I feel magic
In the Enchanted Forest

I sit near a brook and a small waterfall
And listen to the world so new to me
I hear a coo of a dove
And a who of a owl and know
I am in a place of enchanted things
In the enchanted Forest

I open my eyes and see
A pair of eyes staring back at me.
Iam not afraid for I know
I'm in the presence of a unicorn
In the enchanted forest

I get up and move away
But the unicorn follows me
I turn to see
She bechons me to ride atop
and as I ride I know
I feel magic here
In the enchanted forest

Submitted: Sunday, December 28, 2008

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