Cold

by fvalconbridge   Jun 20, 2007


She's floating and falling,
Straight through the sky,
Wind whistling around her,
and time ticks on by.

Falling and freezing,
Shivering from the cold,
Blind, scared and wounded,
Desperate to be held.

She's frozen from the inside,
Feelings are a blur,
Her eyes are glazing over,
She's dying in the cold,
That her life has given to her.

She feels as though she's freezing,
Turning blue from the core,
Her heart is icing up,
She can't breath no more.

Her blood is running cold,
Her limps are turning stiff,
She's falling from the sky,
She's a heaven sent gift.

She's floating and falling,
Straight through the sky,
Wind whistling around her,
and time ticks on by.

She's cold and she's icy,
Falling in the night,
She won't hit the ground,
But continue in her flight.

She's just cold and trapped,
Trapped in the ice,
And my heart is breaking for her,
As I watch her falling frozen every night.

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  • 9 years ago

    by NyellMoonlight

    Oh my god, this one's truly amazing!!! You're great writer. I like absolutely everything about this poem. 5/5 , but you deserve more ;]

  • 9 years ago

    by Baby Rainbow

    This is actually very good. i like it and how you have described whats happening and it does give you the undeerstanding of feeling trapped and never hitting the ground. well done xxxx