Ellirie Aviles

The Winter in Me

i'm using poetry instead of prose

i've always wanted myself to be like ghost

once the leaves of the tree had fell down for autumn

the sun shone over the place

he caught no light

and pretend to be bright

until the time came

the snow falls!

the sun shined no more

the rivers freeze

the squirrels squeaks for swimming and tried to tell the beavers to crack the ice

but they just couldn't until

the melting comes.

nuts never grew

birds didn't flew

one had tried but didn't survive!

tree's roots filtered the salt, but current run or more than a bolt!

things got faster and the winds got stronger!

the spring never come!

the place was dark!

the sun hide behind the clouds!

the breeze was now starting to freeze!

The rodents curse with the season!

Crossed his destiny for a lots of reason!

The sun shined again!

the grass arise from the snow!

the rivers started to flow!

and everything wasn't that slow!

just one more time! oh! give it a blow!

and soon i'll be here to see you tomorrow!

Submitted: Monday, April 04, 2011

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