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Once It's All Over

written by: RhymeRula

@IamtheRhymeRula

 

Silence falls suddenly

And fog shrouds a friendship

My hands are covered in splinters

from gripping onto the final brittle straws

Our loudest words lost in a thunderstorm

Searching for ways to reconcile the blaring drama,

As a new day begins

Sunshine beams my focus onto

Snakes in the grass caressed by deceit,

Entering the contest of balance

As they slither at my feet

Burning animosity assaults the air

Holding my breath in order to leave all the dilemmas behind

Anticipating to exhale solace

Once it’s all over

RhymeRula

RhymeRula

I find words are my specialty and it has been ever since I took a creative writing class when I was attending community college. I perceive poetry as strength of mine and it allows me to be creative off the cuff sometimes without even writing anything down and that’s why I find it a pleasurable hobby. I create poems out of topics that spontaneously come into my mind, and I think it’s helped me not only become efficient with my writing but getting my point across. Anyways I digress if you’re into poetry and storytelling check out what I have to offer and hopefully it’ll make you think, smile, or just appreciate this type of art.
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