Kaspa Richards

Rookie (29/08/1988 / London, England)

Playfull Angel - Poem by Kaspa Richards

He said “my daughter, She’s the stars,
She’s every single one of them,
She sleeps against the sky,
What she dreaming is what im wondering,

The wind blows when she sighs,
That’s her words “but daddy…” mumbling,
She would run to try and fly,
That’s why you feel the ground rumbling,

She was renowned for knocking things down,
Thats why mountainsides are crumbling,
The clouds only swirl above town
Coz she’s spinning getting dizzy then stumbling

The heavens only open when she cries,
She loved to help her mother with the watering,
The sunlight is her smiling at flowers
Her smile brightens my day when im faltering

Shed stamp her foot when id say beddy-byes,
That’s why the sky’s thundering,
She’s the tear in my reddy-eyes,
But these rainbows she keeps conjuring,
Is her saying “smile daddy try…”
To save my happiness from grief’s plundering”

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 28, 2010

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