Poems about Animals

Delicate eyes showed through the light A message from above An Angel in disguise You taught me how to love
The trees sway With the wind so strong The sky turns gray  There was nothing among Dead silence sweeps 
The trees sway With the wind so strong The sky turns gray  There was nothing among Dead silence sweeps 
by Ariel Douglas (28 October 2014)   I am a beast I am an animal
Once in a blue not a yellow and red the fountain of trouble is in the midst while suited
Well, it's 10 o' clock and lights are out. My roomate is snoozing, a lump of blankets.
although, hes capable of forming the most beautiful of galaxies hes more intrigued by destruction
I know it's not right, I know its not fair, Every time you look that way, I just can't bare  
 They talk about you as if your a bad seed But I see everything about you so beautifully
I am an 18 year old Animal Activist, strong and proud. I speak like the wind, and drift like the cloud.

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