Poetry On Odyssey: Light and Glass
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Poetry On Odyssey: Light and Glass

The story of a girl made of glass

Poetry On Odyssey: Light and Glass
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The wind lifted her long hair

so she flew high as a kite.

The sun beamed brightly down on the road ahead

as she walked

light as a fairy

but determined as a bee in a meadow.

You could see her halo glimmer even in the darkest of rooms

and everyone she touched was left

enchanted by her spell.

She wasn't like the others.

Her shine wasn't visible to anyone

except the luckiest people on this planet.

You see,

that is her superpower.

So few people get to see how brightly her light shines,

but if you are one of the few

lucky enough to get to see it

you'll never be the same.

Her light was so bright that it blinded

the few who could see it;

until the only thing left that they could see

was her porcelain painted face against the bright blue

cloudless sky and the golden sun.

Once you see what so few in the world have

the privilege to see in her,

to really see her,

it is said she would become your entire world.

Blind to everything else around you

she is all you could bear witness to.

But don't you worry, for this has only ever happened

once before

to an ocean eyed young man.

Little did we know that he would be the first to break her spell

to walk away

to break her soul.

It was he who threw the rock that shattered her

like glass

into a million tiny little pieces.

How unfortunate it is that such a beautiful creature

could be crushed so effortlessly.

All of the love inside of her poured out

it came faster and faster

as if it would never stop.

It poured from every crevice of her being

where she had held it in for so long

waiting for someone to come along worth giving it to.

“Tell me love,” she said,

“Did you feel anything when you threw that rock that crushed me?"

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