BRIDGEY Richards

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Ship Crashes - Poem by BRIDGEY Richards

He walks beside her
Fantising her, beauty
She looks at him, wanting
He knows what he wants
But can’t get it
Helicopter above, searches
It fails and crashes
All but 600 people, dead
Ship crashes on the island
People screaming, his girl gone
He searches the ship, nothing
He finds a pretty girl, amazed
Helping her’ up,
He carries her, off
The island is beautiful, handiful
He sets her down, asking her name
She can’t speak, watching the ship fall,
A moment later, there comes a gasp
He is fixing her up, with a cast,
She is crying, she speaks; “THANK YOU! ”
He looks around, smiling
Kissing hr forehead,
Picking her up,
Carrying her to a nearby village! !


Comments about Ship Crashes by BRIDGEY Richards

  • (4/25/2010 7:35:00 PM)


    I thought that was very interesting, but it doesn't seem to have an ending. I think it could use some more, unless that was the effect you were going for. Anyway, cool write. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 11, 2010



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