Save me please madam

Save me please madam

A Poem by zoehambridge

The invisible girl will speak a word,
But with no mouth she can't be heard.
He would never hear her,
With his mind so drowned with rain.
They're the same.
The invisible girl and the drowning man.
Will both scream silent pleads of help.
'Save me please madam'
The invisible girl will disappear
And to her dismay find out she is no longer invisible.
And the man, who's mind was drowned by rain,
Will hopefully realise sooner rather than later,
This his mind, so hopeful that he would drown,
His silent screams would roar.
Save the invisible girl.
Save the rain man. 

© 2012 zoehambridge

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Added on June 22, 2012
Last Updated on June 22, 2012
Tags: Save, me, please, madam, depression, invisible, rain



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