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Anna {Follow me for reviews! (✿◡‿◡)} Here you can share any of your poems or haikus that you don't enter in a contest! Lyrics are not allowed: Please visit Lyrical for posting song lyrics.

Enjoy!


Anna {Follow me for reviews! (✿◡‿◡)} Here is a poem I wrote for school:

--Seasons--
Bursting into bloom
Reaching for the sparkling sky
Tendrils of sweetness.

Sun beats down like fire
Grasses wilt, brown, and crumple
Glowing world made bright.

Leaves lose their color
Break off, fall down, blow away
The trees show their bones.

Hidden by crystals
The secrets buried within
Waiting for rebirth.


Anna {Follow me for reviews! (✿◡‿◡)} Here's another:

Eagles are soaring
High above the mountaintops
Evergreens below


Anna {Follow me for reviews! (✿◡‿◡)} Le'Kiss wrote: "This is a poem I wrote a while back, hope you guys enjoy.

Title : Imagination
Author : Leyla K. C.

Since she was a child she dreamed of doing the impossible. Running with wolves through the fo..."


It's so peaceful and free! And lots of good description; I love it!


Anna {Follow me for reviews! (✿◡‿◡)} @Le'Kiss (Leyla) Aw! Thank you! That means a lot!


Anna {Follow me for reviews! (✿◡‿◡)} So I wrote this poem thing today that I'm supposed to bring to class tomorrow...I'm so bad at poems and I don't feel comfortable with them! So can anyone tell me what to do? Some of the words I have to keep; it was just a requirement.
Needed words: chain, knock, shudder, fall, elixir, moon, wind, grave, opalescent, silvery, ancient


Tree branches long and wiry
Knock together in the wind.
A glimmer of an opalescent stream
Trickles down the sides of pines.
The ancient moon as old as time
Chained high up in the darkness.
Though a beautiful mystery,
Marked over with scars.
The silvery elixir of magic
Shines down across the globe.

Day breaks

In a shudder of sadness the orb
Falls with a sigh back to its grave.
Farewell, thou ancient moon.


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