Would Flicking on the light Release Her?

Would Flicking on the light Release Her?

A Poem by Caseypowers

She’s an all alone girl

I saw her standing there

In the dark window corner

Back-dropped by night sky

And wondered why

Such a young girl smoked

Long ash extending

While her head bowed in sorrow

And her forehead wrinkled in frustration

Her eyebrows raised in perplexities

One bare arm cradling her head

Like a dying baby

Other hand clutching a mug

Presumably filled with coffee or sick medicine

Her eyes closed unseeing

But not protecting from shadows of her mind

Keeping her in a perpetual bind

 

 

 

© 2011 Caseypowers


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Thanks...I will check out some more of your stuff when I have a little more time...

Posted 12 Years Ago


So many questions left unanswered, you give her depth with your carefully penned discription, the sorrows another feels always make us a little confused if they are not willing to share. Dark depressive but very well done, keep em' coming

Posted 12 Years Ago



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Added on November 27, 2011
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