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Poems By Poet Bella Ravenstar  7/27/2016 12:13:49 PM
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Squirrel, squirrel
How innocent and sweet
Ropming around
Hoarding your nutty treay
Everytime you pass
GIggles, smiles
Your fluffy tail
Your cutsie eyes
Come stay for awhile
Squirrel, Squirrel
Bella Ravenstar



The Jewel

Hung From her neck
A proud and radiant jewel
Shini ng brighter than gems of millions
Diamonds were the chain
A Ruby the center piece
Worn from the moment of birth
As time she grew
She saw a hands ome fellow
he paid a pretty glance
Tore the jewel from her neck
She placed it in his care
Wooish lovers were they
Until the curse fell
He left in a flash
The jewel broken in shatters
Through the fires of hell
Sad she wept
Darkness befell
No mend for the jewel
on the floor it was
dull and shattered
Pain befell
Shame, remorse
No hope in sight
Her precious jewel abused
Wandered in the night
No light in sight
Pain became grave
Crashed on the ground
Then a familiar face
Time stopped
The light fell
He picked up the shattered pieces
And magically mended it
The jewel restored
Healed forever more
Before he could give it back
She pleaded it to his care
A smile he left
Happy was she
No more dark
The jewel was happy
So was she
No more broken
For the rest of eternity
Bella Ravenstar



The Singer

See that girl?
She's the one reading that book
She don't look like much
But wait
You'll see
Wait until everyone leaves
For now
Hide behind that tree
Wait and see
Hear that angelic melody?
She has fine poised notes
Flawless musical forn
An angel is surely missing from heaven
That aria she breathes is surreal
She sings merrily
A song from a romantic dream
More pure than a nightingale
Yet she is so shy
She sings many hours alone
And then she goes home
No one knows she sings
Those heavenly tunes
She's never had a lesson
Nor an instructor
But her voice sculpted by heaven's hands
Her melodies as wings
Her voice makes her fly
Yet know one will ever embrace
That gentle delight
Only the angels above know
And dance to her melodies
And devour the lovely sound
Bella Ravenstar



Abandoned Babe

In a small humble crib
A crying babe
Longing for the warmth of secure arms
Screeching, moaning
The hungry babe cired
But the padres didn't come
They ignored the sound
The babe needed so much
The pardes gave so little
Jesus heard the hungry babe
And lifted it gently from the crib
And rocked the babe soothingly
Nourished the hungry babe with the furit of life
Gave the babe living water to drink
The Babe was soothed
Giggling happily
Jesus lulled the babe to sleep
And the babe slept a deep healing sleep
Bella Ravenstar
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