Where I belong

Where I belong

A Poem by O Bubbly_snowflake *

walking along the beach at night
ripples of water glistening in moon light
Waves rush and crash in the sand
as the wind weaves across the land
sparkling stars reach out to meet
their subtle glow, so shiny, so sweet
Mystical silence with no one to be found
symphonic birds but they have no sound
Yet their silent tunes urge the trees to dance
the wind shakes their leaves in a slow prance
it is time now, for me to take my leave
But I'll be back by Christmas eve
No one will know where I've gone,
But it is here, where I will always belong.

© 2010 O Bubbly_snowflake *

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This is written very well and expressed extraordinary also. I enjoyed the imagery as well the rhyme scheme, and the smooth flow it brings. The last line sums it wonderfully (obviously I also enjoy the title very much as well). A very great write. Thank you so much for sharing, I look forwarding to reading more of your writing. --Broken Soul

Posted 11 Years Ago

I know...I was finding it hard to find a suitable title ):

How about this one?

Posted 11 Years Ago

it was a nice one.. but i am still wondering about the title of the poem... where do u want to be pulled back?

Posted 11 Years Ago

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Added on February 24, 2010
Last Updated on April 16, 2010
Tags: Beach, alone, saddness, home, poems


O Bubbly_snowflake *
O Bubbly_snowflake *

Auckland, New Zealand

Expressively speechless. Photogenically blind. Contently lost in the storm of adolescence. I'm a 15 year old girl (so still in school! ^^), and I love to write. (obviously!) I was born in India, an.. more..