Collection of Poems

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Summary

A group of poems. All written by Asha Mikayla.

Genre:
Poetry
Author:
Asha Mikayla
Status:
Ongoing
Chapters:
3
Rating:
n/a
Age Rating:
16+

Hidden

Hidden away

Beyond the darkest black of the basement

Away from prying eyes

Lays a girl

Different from you and me

With deformed leg

Sent away to toil away

In the deepest depths

Earning the family’s fortune

With no knowledge of her existence

Siblings run and jump.

While she toils away

Siblings laugh and play.

While she toils away

Siblings eat and drink.

While she toils away

With no knowledge of her, they enjoy life.

Day by day she toils away.

Then a new family moves in next door.

The new family has a son.

Mixed emotions for the girl’s parents

Will she be found in the deep dark basement-

Or will she remain a secret?

Days and weeks pass

The boy comes and plays with her siblings.

Learning never to go into the basement

One day the boy was house-sitting for her family.

There was a tornado warning.

He had to go into the basement.

Where he saw her working he wondered.

Where did she come from?

What is her name?

How long has she been down here?

Who is she?

The answers came in dew time.

She came from nowhere.

Her name is coral

Her whole life

An unwanted girl

After meaning her he was determined to find her a happy home.

Year after year he looked never finding someone.

Finally, he found the Parkers family.

They adopted her in a heartbeat.

The girl will forever cherish the boy and what he did for her.

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Sarah Luongo: I'm a big fan of the format of the book- the concept of incorporating poems and within the story and sectioning off periods of the story with each poem. It made it easier to read, and made the unimaginable easier to comprehend. What some people may skip over may be the most important part in this...

Christine Davidson: Updated a year ago! Seriously?! I should have checked that out before started reading, I guess 😒

Abby Turner: I love this book it is amazing I love it

Heather: I really like the whole thing because I can relate to all of the book.

widdershins: I felt compelled to write a review for this work as it seems the author may have written one that was terribly unkind toward themselves.These are a collection of interesting glimpses into different mindsets and situations for people living with mental illness and/or oppressive circumstances. They...

doveyoga888: 5 stars, I recommend this to anyone looking for encouragement, compassion, or motivation

Emiley: I'm really sorry that that happened to you but rn the best thing you can do is if ur boyfriend drives you somewhere to get away from the hell hole cause when stuff really hits fan just run with him and cut ties with your parents get a job and establish stable income rn I'm only 14 but I sure as h...

David: Just gave you 4 stars for the Grammar since you only have C2, weak.Other than that, loved the "Wanna be a psychopath" approach and writing.Keep up the good work and keep stealing Infreno's ideas :)

Laraine Smith: This should be a movie! :)

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