Time

by Kaylee   Aug 9, 2006


It slipped through fingers as water from a stream
As do the song of robins die just merrily
(And hushed snow falling upon an aging tree)
While evening sunlight brushes against our cheek

It laughed with children as echoes usually do
As well as mirrors reflect just little truth
(And glass which shatters only to be cleaned)
While sweeping mothers move to their own beat

It sang another lullabye as quiet as could be
As do the diamond stars whisper with soft light
(And grandfather clocks chime a closing hour)
While time continues passing downy as a feather

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  • 11 years ago

    by Bret Higgins

    I'm noticing a trend. Whilst all of your work, including this poem, feels considered and is obviously well worded the pattern of the poem template has been the same so often.

    I think you need to experiment with poem structure so I'm challenging you to write a sonnet, a lanturne and the big one, an iambic pentameter.

    Bret

  • 11 years ago

    by Candy

    I really like your poem, lol, i had a hard time understand some of the words tho, im not the smartest and my vocab isn't the big but its really good keep up the good work, over all 5/5

  • 11 years ago

    by catdogbilly

    Your so right !!!!! its a good one

  • 11 years ago

    by twisted reality

    Ooo! I liked it a lot. You used a lot of words and rhymes and...everything! Lol. I liked the kind of image you created with this. Terrific job! =) 5/5 xoxo

    Samantha

  • 11 years ago

    by Brittney Follett

    Great poem 5/5 u deserve no less! my fav line is:
    As do the diamond stars whisper with soft light
    Keep up the awesome work!