A Poem by Rachel Elizabeth

They ran through the city in her head, 
Block after block of thought after thought. 
The lights grew duller the more they went in, 
Couldn't see where she had sinned.

It started to storm in the middle of town,
With thunder going off and lightning striking the ground, 
They assumed her ship was going down, 
As all her memories began to drown. 

One by one they tried to see,
If maybe, just maybe, she might be, 
That little girl they thought they knew,
Who grew up before she had to. 

© 2011 Rachel Elizabeth

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Added on July 1, 2011
Last Updated on July 1, 2011


Rachel Elizabeth
Rachel Elizabeth

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