Into The Wild Blue Yonder. Poem by Aneena Elza Binod

Into The Wild Blue Yonder.

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Hardly a clue was revealed,
On how blue she felt,
Until they stumbled upon
Her lifeless grotesque body.
The girl who embodied life,
In ways beyond your fancies,
Lay as dead as a dodo.

Tears were shed
By kith and kin,
Fears were fed
To girls her age.
While her mom bled,
Her sib consoled
Privy to the fact she's dead.

Little did she ponder,
Before wending her way,
Into the wild blue yonder,
So as to mending her gray,
Dreary query.
Why am I alive?
Only to survive?

Perfect was her life,
Wrecked was her strife
With her own inner voice,
Had no reason to rejoice,
‘cause it was her own choice
To stay melancholy,
Though things were jolly.

Sparring to come to terms
With the stupefying truth
That she no longer
Was stronger than the bitter words
Of her bullies,
The warrior gave up the battle
Only to let evil triumph.

Thus, came the end of the fairytale,
Way before the princess wanted it to,
A millisecond of idiocy,
Shattered her kingdom
Into a gazillion tiny pieces.
And there came no dark-haired prince
To save the damsel in distress.

As her soul hovered over the body,
Regret brimmed the air,
And exploded in a bolt of lightning,
If only I could turn back time…
As realization struck others like her,
The soul was at peace for it was a lear,
And it pelted down.

Into The Wild Blue Yonder.
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A tragic tale of a girl who succumbed to bullying.
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