Haley Belleville

Katy - Poem by Haley Belleville

A name to fit a face,
Outshining all the human race.
But the radience
So concealed in that sweat girl
Like a slowly found pearl,
For to peer,
Into those eyes
Would be to see,
Millions of fireflies,
They would light your path,
For enernity
They'd hid you from,
Your damnity.
But to have that girl,
to be your own,
is not an honnor
that by me's shown.
for to recieve from her
such a grace
is something found only,
in imaginary space.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 9, 2010

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