Buckle

Buckle

A Poem by AleyshaRosa
"

haven't a wonderland clue

"

The jitter of walls

The flickering in halls

I jump from your grasp

And reach for the clasp

Just below your heart

All the way back to start

So I can unclip that clasp

And slip from your grasp

© 2013 AleyshaRosa


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I liked the constant rhyme, it gave it a nice rhythm. I thought the whole clasp idea was really good; it makes it a tad ominous but not fully.

Posted 6 Years Ago


AleyshaRosa

6 Years Ago

For sure
Thanks for the review, Archia =]
To come back again ... and begin anew without clasps. Wonderful ... tender ...

Posted 6 Years Ago


Very sweet and smart piece.
Enjoyed a lot.

Posted 6 Years Ago


I liked this, I enjoy short and concise poems and this was spectacular. Powerful in It's symmetry, nice work. Kudos.

Posted 6 Years Ago


AleyshaRosa

6 Years Ago

Thanks, Alan =]

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Added on November 4, 2013
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Tags: buckle, clasp, wonderland, love, hate, fate

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AleyshaRosa
AleyshaRosa

Abbotsford, BC, Canada



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Canadian, eh? I've been writing since I was 13 (I'm now 18) and have recently started back up on writing a novel that I'm now half through. I mostly write prose poems and short stories with a tonne .. more..

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