Blizzard of Saddness


She ran to a willow tree
As the tears from her eyes were a battle to hold back
There she found a bench
Her head faced down, the tears came pouring down
It was 32 degrees below zero
Exhausted from unfairness
The only thing left was to feel hopeless
She dreamed big dreams to help the world

Snow started falling around the bench
As her tears became motionless
There was a quiet sound of how the snow gently fell
In that sound she found some peace
Only snow could take away her grief
Her tears were now glittering sparking endless like a diamond sky
Who knew such sorrow could turn into a beautiful sight

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As a twenty-one-year old woman who has dealt with life struggles, words are what became my therapy. "Blizzard of Saddness" was written from emotions truly within. I was inspired by the Disney princess Cinderella, and how she cries her woes on a bench. This poem is dedicated to my grandma Linda. She will always be my fairy godmother. And to you Jacob, for being my snow.