Marie Antoinette Poems
- Observation Of A Girl Alone again on winters eve, A girl ...
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- Nineteen Space dimmed by washed out light, A glow from the ...
- Work Rustle, tear, rip and bite, The office sounds taken ...
My name is Hannah, I am 20 years of age and I reside in England, Essex to be precise. I have loved writing ever since I was a little girl, poetry in particular. Over this coming year from 17/1/07 I'm attempting to write a poem a day to describe my feelings and emotions within it.
I am hoping that this year I will start a degree course in Creative Writing and continue to pursue my dream ... more »
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''I have come, Sire, to complain of one of your subjects who has been so audacious as to kick me in the belly.''Marie Antoinette (1755-1793), French royalty, wife of King Louis XVI of France. As quoted in The Mother Book, by Liz Smith. Line used to inform he...
Observation Of A Girl
Alone again on winters eve,
A girl sits revising her past,
Past memories playing back like flash cards,
Images that show a different life to this
A life of laughter, joy and compassion,
A time where everyone cared and no one judged.
The girl who sits with her back to the door lets out a sigh,
You can't see her anymore,
Her head slumps down and her body shudders,
The outsider closes the door,
Sometimes it is better to pretend you haven't seen,
No-one cares, no one wills to.
People turn their heads the other way,
Rather than to help a young girl ...