christina Evans


Paradise - Poem by christina Evans

I could had been your largest star
I would had became anything you desired
I shouldn’t had fell so easily into paradise

I could had been your Sophia Loren
I would had done anything you wanted
I shouldn’t had traded in pearls for diamonds

How come I still walk on broken glass?
Bits and pieces cut my skin so fast
The sky is so blue and vast
Yet I end up as a overcast
Never permanent just a fill in

I could had been your deepest purple
I would had became anything you saw
I shouldn’t had fell into paradise so easily

I could had been your greatest wish
I would had done anything you thought or dreamt of
I shouldn’t had traded in ruby slippers for glass slippers

How come I still walk on broken shells?
Bits and pieces cut my skin so well
The sky is so blue and vast
Yet I end up as a overcast
Never permanent just a fill in

I could had been your rose red
I would had became anything at all
I shouldn’t had traded in silver for gold

I could had been your smiling angel
I would had done anything you asked
I shouldn’t had fell so easily into paradise

How come I continue to walk on broken glass?
Bits and pieces cut my skin so fast
The sky is so blue and vast
Yet I end up as a overcast
Never permanent just a fill in


Comments about Paradise by christina Evans

  • Melvin BanggollayMelvin Banggollay (10/13/2008 8:02:00 PM)

    Great and wonderful manifestation of your vivid imagination and passionate soul.

    take care and best wishes,
    melvin
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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 13, 2008



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