My Poem Book
Author: ~Jessia*The*Star~

Chapter 42
Forest Of Flowers

Forest Of Flowers

 

I walk along carefully in my forest of flowers, Watching every step I take, Watching every move I make, not wanting to step hard on the ground, In my forest of flowers, There is but no sound, Though the birds chips and crickets song, The night is cold and something is wrong, I wrap my fingers tight around the note, I walk and wait and only hope, Has kept me going thus far, I know it'd be worse in a car, A car would crush my blosseming flowers, And leave horrid marks on the sacred ground, It would make far, far too much horrid sound, I walk alone, Not knowing where I'm going, Hoping that I'm on my path home, Path home where you will meet me, And in our forest of flowers, We can be free, Little did I know that not far ahead, There was but the most beautiful flower, With the most poisenious head, I gasp in delight, And lean down for a smell, But the georgous poisenious flower, It didn't take this so well, I was walking alone, In my Forest of Flowers, when I came upon a deadly plant, I tried to go around it, But as everyone knows, My life is shit.

 

You found me dead, in my forest of flowers, You noticed the note in my hand, In my forest of flowers, You take the note and smooth my head, in my forest of flowers, you pick me up and carry me to my death bed, in my forest of flowers, you then lay me there and read that one note, in my forest of flowers, you weep silently over what I wrote, In my-Forest Of Flowers...

 

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