Shelbie Hale


The Archer's Bow


The archer and his bow
Are always two of a kind
Like the bow is alive
They share a synced mind

The archer and his bow
Cannot be torn apart
For shot after shot
They share the same heart

The archer and his bow
Never cease to amaze
They are together
Throughout all days

The archer and his bow
Without each other, are nothing
But when brought together
They are quite something

The archer and his bow
Take aim and let the arrow fly
It hits, fast as lightning
Perfect bulls-eye

The archer and his bow
Celebrate victory
The greatest of all
The archers in history

The archer and his bow
Always achieve glory
Though this is the end
Of their epic story

Submitted: Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, January 15, 2014

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This poem just expresses my love for archery, and how glad I am to be on my school team.

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