Chantal Lammerts


Let Go - Poem by Chantal Lammerts

“Let go, ” the little bird whispered to the fox,
“Let go, come back, and you’ll know.”
The man let his right hand go through his curly locks,
“Let go, and you’ll know…”

“Let go, ” the mouse agreed,
“Let go, come back, and you’ll know.”
The fox hid deeper in the weed,
“Let go, and you’ll know...”

“Let go, ” the bee zoomed,
“Let go, come back, and you’ll know.”
A lily on the man’s right bloomed,
“Let go, and you’ll know…”

“No! ” The owl hooted,
“Don’t let go, you’ll never come back! ”
The fox sadly looked up to the owl, who he reputed,
“Don’t worry I’ll come back…”

The fox was no more, the owl cried.
His friend, his comrade, was gone,
All the others had lied,
“He’ll never come back, not by dusk, not by dawn…”




I know, I know, its not much of a poem... But it is late and I just felt like writing a small 'something'... sorry if you read this for nothing... comments are welcome!


Comments about Let Go by Chantal Lammerts

  • Charisha Cordova (10/6/2008 1:25:00 PM)

    evn tho u said its not much ova poem..i thoght it was i lyk it: -) (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 6, 2008



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