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    dots Submission Name: Never Unnoticeddots
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    Author: Herrick
    ASL Info:    20/M/AL
    Elite Ratio:    3.5 - 20/29/11
    Words: 160
    Class/Type: Poetry/
    Total Views: 803
    Average Vote:    5.0000
    Bytes: 1058



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       Don't ask, I was tired when I wrote this.


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    There she sat, at the end of the docks,
    Her feet dangling off the edge,
    Staring down, into the water.

    Tears rolling down her cheek,
    From bloodshot eyes,
    Falling down, into the water.

    The ring she holds in her palm,
    A reminder of her broken heart,
    Rolls down, into the water.

    Covers Her face with a bloody had,
    Her cries turn to sobbing,
    She dives, into the water.

    Blinded by the murky water,
    She’s struggling for the breath,
    Thrown down, into the water.

    Feeling pressure around her waist,
    Her violent thrashing ends, as
    She rises, out of the water.

    Lifting her back up to the docks,
    The stranger struggles,
    Pulling her, out of the water.

    Staring at her with great amazement,
    as if he had just retrieved
    An angel, out of the water.

    A tear rolls down her cheek,
    As she begins to smile.
    It falls, into the water.




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      The first time I read this I put myself in place of the girl and you in place of the boy. But I went back and read it today and read it with you as the girl and me as the boy, because you said in your book that's how it was supposed to go, and it was still wonderful. This poem is beautiful. And, really, it could work either way. Because you did save me. You really did.
    But I suppose I'll talk about the poem..
    I loved it. In your poems, you use a lot of lines over and over, and it works wonderfully. A lot of people don't do so well with that and it eventually just becomes annoying, but not in your poems. It works well.
    This poem had a lot of really good imagery. I could see this happening at the park on our docks. But in my head, I am always the girl. Maybe because I feel more like you saved me. This poem could work either way, because it's cool like that.
    I love this poem. It is wonderful. Beautiful. (Just like the author.)
    I love you..
    | Posted on 2006-06-06 00:00:00 | by jessie thomas | [ Reply to This ]
      I agree with Jaz....

    Staring at her with great amazement,
    as if he had just retrieved
    An angel, out of the water.

    That is my favorite part.

    I think it's absolutely beauitful that you love her so much and her in return. It's amazing.

    I like the way you use "water" in the last lines of each part of the poem. Most people don't do that and I'm actually glad to see something a little different from the norm.

    Great write Chris. (:
    | Posted on 2006-04-19 00:00:00 | by bleeding-soul | [ Reply to This ]
      Staring at her with great amazement,
    as if he had just retrieved
    An angel, out of the water.

    This is my favorite part. And I assume that this is about Jessie. And the fact that she finally has someone who see's that she is so beautiful makes all the weirdness between you and I worth it.I think in time this will be absolutely the BEST thing that ever happened. Maybe this is how it was suppose to happen to begin with. Truly, I am so happy for both of you. And I love that you are so devoted to her because she truly deserves it.


    Jaz
    | Posted on 2006-04-19 00:00:00 | by lori_tab | [ Reply to This ]
      it's really interesting, i could see it happening for some odd reason.. you musn't have been that tired when you typed it or it would have sucked...
    holla at ya later
    | Posted on 2006-04-17 00:00:00 | by angeldust | [ Reply to This ]
      Oh, Chris...this is pretty. I find it quite amazing that every time someone gets really sad, they think about throwing themselves off the end of the dock into the water. I've thought about it...I've cried into that water...I've come thisclose to tossing myself over the edge of the dock while to water raged beneath me...it's just got this crazy gravitational pull...

    I like how it goes from this:

    There she sat, at the end of the docks,
    Her feet dangling off the edge,
    Staring down, into the water.

    To this:

    A tear rolls down her cheek,
    As she begins to smile.
    It falls, into the water

    Good job...very powerful imagery.
    | Posted on 2006-04-17 00:00:00 | by Raivn | [ Reply to This ]
      this is a really well written piece. I live the transition from into the water to out of the water. its the sadness then the hatred and battle then it is the closure. very nice.

    chilz
    | Posted on 2006-04-18 00:00:00 | by chilz | [ Reply to This ]


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