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WRITING: Poetry: Doll on A Shelf

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5 August 2009, 07:50 PM   #1
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She used to be wound up and played Like a good little toy. Every kid in the neighbourhood Loved her, even boys. With her long brown hair and large blue eyes, She was quite a doll With so much surprise. But days turned to months And months turned to years Where she sat on a shelf and cried out all of her fears. But in silence she screamed, for she couldn't risk speech Words are too tricky and emotions too breached. So the good little doll would fall asleep with a glimmer of water in her eyes And now the only people who admire the doll are the wrong , the faraway guys .

9 August 2009, 11:52 AM   #2
Joined: 29 Jun 2009
Posts: 28
That's very very good.
I need a hope
I need a light
Something to look to
In the arctic night
Where beauty abounds
In everything
There, my friends, is what I need

9 August 2009, 10:42 PM    #3
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Same position ever since that one day, when you brought me home.
I stared down at you, what I see everyday.
Every move you make, I see.
Every word you speak, I hear.
Every feeling, expression, I wish I can make.
If I can move, i'd come to you.
If I can talk, i'd speak with you.

But everthing I wanted to do is 
already taken away by that STRESS DOLL

-- it was suppose to be sad, but then i thought about that and I don't know if you'll find
it funny

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