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Watching From Above, an original poem

Updated on July 17, 2010

Shimmering stars blanketed the heavens

Shining over a girl, not yet seven


She left tiny footprints in the sand

Though invisible under night’s hand


Her white dress fluttered in the breeze

She was an angel, pure, yet naïve


Her fingers clenched, unclenched as she crept

Her long curls danced softly with each step


The moonlight glimmered on her face

And in the air, sadness she could taste


Her lips trembled as her heart cried out

Two wide, chocolate eyes glazing with doubt


Stars twinkled above till forever

As she scanned the skies now or never


A single tear fell beneath her lashes

Weaving dark streaks, the color of ashes


Then, a sudden calm fell upon the night

And from the dark hills, shone dawn’s morning light


Amongst the stars a mother smiled

As hope grew and blossomed in her child

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    • yaritza profile image

      yaritza 7 years ago from San Antonio, Texas

      That was beautiful.

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      Sara555 7 years ago

      Thanks so much you guys! I'm glad you like it

    • G L Strout profile image

      G L Strout 7 years ago from Ohio, USA

      Wonderful imagery and well constructed poem. Thank you for sharing with us.

    • Ben Evans profile image

      Ben Evans 7 years ago

      Very nice imagery. This poem has deep meaning and I like the use of the metaphors and this has a nice meter. I like your poetry and hope you write more.

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      Kavita Trivedi 7 years ago from London

      This is absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing :)