Two Apples

Two Apples

A Poem by Ally Charleston

I can still remember everything.

Bright and beaming.

Connected by intertwined branches.

Always in sight.

I remember when the sun would peak through.

Gleaming upon us.

Shining without an imperfection.

Always radiant.

I also remember when the wind blew.

I heard a snap.

Yet holding on, staying close.

Always determined.

I remember feeling thankful.

Not all is lost.

Hanging on, were we.

Never doubting.

I remember seeing the fall.

It seemed slow.

Watching it painfully.

Never believing. 

I remember fighting to join.

I wanted to fall, too.

Calling out for a response.

Never giving up.

I remember seeing them all on the ground.

All of them together.

Shining with a newfound light.

Never remembering.

I remember watching it all from above.

Angry and upset.

Deciding to finally give up.

Yet always looking.

© 2013 Ally Charleston

Author's Note

Ally Charleston
Don't hate too much!

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i really like this poem. Great job:)

Posted 10 Years Ago

Ally Charleston

10 Years Ago

thank you!

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Added on May 12, 2013
Last Updated on May 12, 2013
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Ally Charleston
Ally Charleston

Boston, MA