Danielle Hawkins


Deep Blue - Poem by Danielle Hawkins

There is something in that deep blue
It is too far to see and too close to touch
It stands there, mocking me while I speak out in hush
There is something in that deep blue
That draws me to it like a moth to a light
It seems old but yet it is new
It becomes fright as you stand to to fight
There is something in that deep blue
That has taken what I stole
There is something in that deep blue
That leaves heart in that hole
There is something in that deep blue
That I will never understand
That deep blue has withstand me again

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 8, 2013


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