Frozen Hope

by Lisa Lynn Tucker
(Portland, Oregon)

A dark cloud rolled
over my world
Blacker than the
greyish shade
The storm blew in
raining crows
Then a strong wind blew
them all away
A full moon emerged
deep in the sky
Just in time to cast a light
on your fading face
The stars aligned to form
a perfect three
It is no wonder that it could never
be just you and me
Down the hatch the
rabbit falls
No control cause
chaos is in all
Finally a hint of
early light
The tree limbs begin
to droop
Our frozen hopes once again
start to flow

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great again...
by: autumn

I liked until down the hatch... the poem didn't flow so well from there? Great work all around. Maybe work on the endings of your poems... Love you!!!

by: Annie

You are so awesome! I love this!

good work!
by: Anonymous

I love the wintery picture you paint with this.

loved the poem
by: Mom

Great job Lisa!

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