Rebecca Phoenix


Journey Of The Locket - Poem by Rebecca Phoenix

'I don't want to wear this lie anymore! ' the dumped girl said. She ripped her locket off her neck and threw it across the yard.

Then, a bird came by and noticed it's luster. It snatched it and flew away.

Before it got to it's nest, it dropped it at the sound of lightning.

A fox then, came too and saw it's gleam. It took it from the puddle and raced across the moor with it.

But it somehow slipped from it's jaws and caught on a branch. A large deer, sharpening it's horns, seemed to catch it on it's antlers.

From there, a crow swooped in and swiped it from the deer.

Then a cat caught the crow and picked the necklace up.

When it returned home, it gave the locket to it's owner, the same girl who threw it away. She had gotten back together with him since then, and ten years had passed since she disposed of her necklace, and she had already moved to another town.

'Why, I've been looking for this! ' She said. 'I wonder where it's been for the past ten years.'

That, my friends, is the journey of the locket. What was purposely lost was happily found.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 14, 2012



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