Rachael LoudFingers

Fall - Poem by Rachael LoudFingers

Overwhelmed with sadness
Yet no specific reason
Life could be more of a mess
In this colorful dying season
Quiet trees change form
So do these silent eyes
Nothing keeps skin warm
When coldness creeps inside
Such a muddy personality
For a pure and sparkled heart
Can not fathom reality
When the sanity spills apart
With the leaves in the fall
For no reason at all

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 24, 2010

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