Pretty Girl Unloved

 

The_Last_LeafPretty Girl Unloved

She was the last leaf on a dying tree
Hanging from a barren branch
Too frightened to be free
Unloving winds made her rock and sway
Disconnected from her twig
She was forever castaway

Unwanted and unnoticed she fell in dirt
She remained all alone there
With no one to cure her hurt
Dying in shadows with no sun above
She lay in the cold forever
Pretty girl unloved

Due to my crazy week this was another reblog.  Will be catching up with blogs and comments today.  Expect to get back to my regular schedule next week.

Have a great weekend.  Be happy. Be well.

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94 thoughts on “Pretty Girl Unloved

  1. Liked it just as much the second time around. As we head into fall, I will be reminded of this in just a matter of a few months as the leaves turn color and begin to fall.

    Don’t rush yourself back. The object is to be productive, however, not at the expense of ENJOYING THE EXPERIENCE. Enjoy the upcoming weekend!

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  2. I’m glad you reblogged! I missed it the first time around. A few weeks ago, we went to the woods a couple of days. Some leaves were falling already. When we go back, I’ll think of your lovely poem when I see a leaf laying all alone. 🙂

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    • Thank you for your kind words. I am happy you appreciated it. Why was she alone? I don’t know, but there are,a lot of GREAT women out there who are alone. Don’t know why that happens, but it does. Thanks for your kind comments.

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