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Kidz Submit poem from Kidzworld member kittenkat.
Kidz Submit Poetry

Kidzworld loves to get submissions from our members, from poetry to paintings to animation. If you've got a talent, send something in for us to profile. Take a look at this poem called Corie, written by Kidzworld member, kittenkat.





Corie,
To the girl with the big blue eyes,
That left the world in the flash of an eye,
I will see you once again but in a distant, far away land,
Everyone loved you, everyone cared. You had so much to share,
They tried to help but they were too late,
You just let your pain escape,
At least you didn't suffer; you didn't have to cry,
It happened so fast, you just had to die.
Why didn't you buckle up? You ask yourself that.
The car came crashing down and that was that.
Buried in pajamas, you are just asleep now,
I start to weep Corie, that girl with the big blue eyes,
Left this world in the flash of an eye,
You didn't suffer, you didn't cry,
It happened so fast, the lord let you die.
But now you're with him, happy and lovely,
The way you were always.
To Corie, the girl with the big blues eyes,
You just had to die, had to go to the sky.

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Nickname: kittenkat
Age: 12

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    tucan9

    tucan9 wrote:

    wow this had to be hard to write this
    commented: Tue Feb 05, 2013

    I love English!
    Wow...It was very beautiful and touching. Person who write this has a wonderful heart :...
    commented: Sat Jan 26, 2013

    KarrotNZER

    KarrotNZER wrote:

    I'm about to cry very beautiful- death is a hard thing to write about but it's good to ...
    commented: Sat Jan 26, 2013

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