Treasure Island

Aisha Alansari

(May 12th 1999 / Qatar)

She's gone


The wind isn't cold anymore,
The sand isn't gold anymore,
Everything isn't as it was..
Everywhere, trees are thrown,
Leaves are torn.
Just like nature..
Poof,
She's gone.

She's not who she was anymore,
She's not who she used to be,
She's gone.

Old shoes aren't called new anymore,
With words, notebooks aren't empty anymore,
Everything isn't as it was..
Rubbish on the floor,
Everyday, everything is getting worse even more,
Just like things we use everyday..
Poof,
She's gone.

She's not who she was anymore,
She's not who she used to be,
She's gone.

Submitted: Friday, March 08, 2013
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I just wrote this poem to show how I feel if I see one of my friends change. Not good change, BAD change..btw u can change it to HE if you wanna use it

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