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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Romeo and Juliet Right On Cue

I see mother nature under her trees,
I see the surprise in all of her leaves.
The waves they come and the waves they go
but no matter the tide we all reap what we sow.
Feathered omens take to the sky
a mess made outta Jimmy's pie,
because one and one is two
what a fool they made outta you.
Music in pieces litters the stage
while your heart beats for minimum wage.
Shots fired at an innocent moon
it'll all come crashing down one day soon.
To laugh and lie in fields of candy corn
burning every oath sworn,
the ashes sugar for their witches brew
Romeo and Juliet right on cue.


ambersun said...

Wow - this is awesome! It's got rythmn, it's got style and it rhymes! Way to go.


CathM said...

"Feathered omens take to the sky"--- I'm just loving this line/image! I've enjoyed reading this poem!

Every Photo Tells A Story said...

I think you were born a poet, Sarah-Paige. That would answer alot. Not that you haven't worked hard, nor that you haven't studied.

Another one that reads much like a song.