Frozen Tears

Frozen Tears

A Poem by Savannah Bly

These are my Frozen Tears.



The particles and molecules gather together

As my emotion swells up

My body releases it all

Like a big wave of electronegativity

The eletric shock, as something hits me

A negative outburst of what just happened

Perhaps positive, it feels safe

Safe to cry, we bond, me and them

What just happened doesn’t matter

They fall down my face

Non-symmetric, all different shapes

They stick to my face, frozen

Staying there forever, 3 dimensional

It gets cold all of a sudden

Feeling like polar ice

Every tear is different

Different reason to be there

They stay there forever, imprinted on my face

My body does this, it reacts

They are my FROZEN TEARS

© 2014 Savannah Bly

Author's Note

Savannah Bly
This poem was published in my College Literary magazine, "The Quill," in the spring 2013 issue.

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Added on February 6, 2014
Last Updated on May 7, 2014
Tags: tears, crying, sadness, polar, different, bodies, people, interests, electricity, negativity, feelings, thoughts, emotions, philosophy, experiences, life, frozen, cold, family, friendships, thinking


Savannah Bly
Savannah Bly

Wichita, KS

Hi, my name is Savannah. I am originally from the West Coast but live in Kansas now. I love to write and I love to read; one of my current majors is Creative Writing. I have a blog I am restarting soo.. more..