Shemaine English

Rookie (10/24/1990 / Greensboro, North Carolina)

Freedom - Poem by Shemaine English

Touching comets
and
constellations
in
clusters,
I spread my
arms
against
the spacious
blue skies
of eternity.

Stardust kisses
my face
like a
new lover,
who is
at a loss
for words.

For a moment,
I am
free
and unburdened
by
the physical
boundaries
of being
human.

Until he,
the creator
sends me
tumbling
back down
to the desolation
of Earth.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 2, 2009

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 31, 2009


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