Young Writers, social media
Young Writers
Young Writers

Feedback Form

Click here if you would like to add a comment.

Thank For your Feedback



Etched with love,
Her hands have grown frail
Although crafted with beauteous art.
Bearing two rings over time,
But one love do they caress.
Now two hands, never apart.
They did once stroke
Dark waves,
A windswept mane of bristled stone.
Until they become pebble-dashed and crimson,
When from her silver steed
She was thrown.
As the sun still rises,
So do her hands.
To offer a motherly embrace
And although the sun sets steadily,
An ache weighs upon her heavily.
They are aged but full of grace.
Darker times,
They have felt.
People to be seen no more.
Smiles wiped away
In a swift ballet,
As they exit through the final door.

by Rohan Williams (16)

Competition - The Poetry Trials

Copyright remains with the author.