Emily Wimetal

Rookie (17/12/1995 / Hervey Bay)

The Dove - Poem by Emily Wimetal

In my room I use to dwell of a boy I loved so well
He came and took my heart from me and now he wants to set it free
He sat a strange girl on his knee told her things he never told me
I went and cried upon my bed not a word to my mother I said
My farther came home late that night searched for me from left to right
Finally down my door he broke to find me hanging from a rope
When he went to cut me down on my dresser a note he found:
Dig my grave Dig it deep, Marble rock from head to feet and at the top 'Put a dove' to show the world I died for love

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 9, 2012

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 9, 2012


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