Our safe zone

By:Ashlee Zlotnick

My favourite place used to be
on top of our school library.
It was so cool, calm and collected.
It used go be a place for you and me.

During break we would go up there
and chat about everything.
It was our safe zone
where we would eat, talk and sing.

You could see the whole school from up there.
Such an amazing sight to see.
Our school gathered as one
right before you and me.

Life then was great
but it didn’t last long.
Our friendship soon ended.
It was the end of our song.

I’m not upset for knowing you
even if it was for a short time.
It was great and time meant nothing.
This was something I had to climb.

Looking back, I get a smile.
I enjoyed being friends with you.
I want to say thanks
for everything we got to do.

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12 Comments »

  1. empressalice Said:

    its cute but i really enjoyed it. thankyou

  2. Poets Rally Said:

    love this, you are quite creative.

    share if you can with poets rally week 56 today, best.

    🙂

  3. Morning Said:

    end of friendship is end of a song,

    love it.
    😉

  4. SiNA Said:

    this is so beautifully described! the innocent feelings of a much simpler time…wow…sweet aftertaste in my mouth 🙂

  5. This is a great way to look back on a friendship. Sometimes we tend to regret, but this shows the better way to look at things and days gone by. Very nicely done.

  6. Thank you for your article.Much thanks again. Fantastic.

  7. Monika Said:

    Cherishing the moments and smiling.

  8. mbwilliams Said:

    Wow this is very poignant – reminds me to value the relationships that have passed away into history


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