Lorena Walker


Musicbox Ballerina - Poem by Lorena Walker

I wish I were a musicbox ballerina
dancing to beautiful music,
as all watch in awe.
Adorned with treasures and jewerly
and then closed where no one can bother me
and i rest
and wake to another beautiful performance.
My wish came true,
and I was placed in open view,
but no one ever needed me.
So I wished to be human again,
and I was in open view,
but no one ever needed me.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 26, 2006



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