And She Was Gone..

by Sydney   May 12, 2007

(Sort of like a story and has the crappiest flow ever probably but meh. Just bare with me XD)

She longs to be a bird that can fly far away
She longs to be the flame that flickers into day
She pity's every blade of grass
holding their own
Wondering if they realize
the fury that has grown

The free spirit she once was
is no longer there
Full of a fiery rage
that we thought was so rare

No one listened
No one cared
She was the angry child who could not be spared

They watched as she drowned
Spiraling into her last resort
Becoming the victim of their reality
was feared the most

They tried to forget but no one could
The treacherous outcome was misunderstood

They thought it was silly
Just another one of her games
Well now its too late,
and were all to blame

She was the Phoenix that glittered at dawn
Until twilight claimed her,
And she was gone..


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  • 13 years ago

    by Noelle Wright

    Awh this poem was great cant believe some one so young can write so great WOW the kids on here really SURPRISE me...But this poem was great!! your awesome! =]


  • 13 years ago

    by Cella Bella

    The flow was a little off here but, it's still an amazing poem. Sad and beautiful all in one. another 5/5 from me


  • 13 years ago

    by Fluffy

    “She pity's every blade of grass
    holding their own
    Wondering if they realize
    the fury that has grown”

    ^Loved the imagery. Am emotive and solid piece with an intriguing, smooth flow. Very well done :).

  • 13 years ago

    by xxSnow Angelxx

    Beautifully penned...sad yet well written..
    The ending really got me..perfect!..n yeah the flow was'nt out of place either...word choice was gave the poem a good effect though...
    Liked it..5/5=)

  • 13 years ago

    by BeautifulxMess

    Another great poem. The flow
    was great and you had very
    well done story told. I enjoyed
    your poems and thank you very
    much for commenting and rating
    mine. God bless 5/5

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