Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Beautiful.

My daughter Chaos (one of my twins living in England at the moment) wrote a by turns beautiful, moving, and disturbing poem/song/blog-post.

She's only fifteen.

Go, read it.

Yes, I know I'm probably biased, but it's still amazing.

5 comments:

Buck said...

Very nice; lotsa unvarnished emotion, and that's a Good Thing. But long. (Thus saith the poetry critic. Heh.)

Anonymous said...

Awfully deep for a 15 year old. I'm impressed, and yeah, you can tell her that came from a guy who writes books.

Dick

BDP

memory_lucky12 said...

Thanks for liking it and all. I really appreciate it guys! :)

If anyone is wondering what the song is, it's the music video version (only piano and vocals - it has a much better sound than the regular version) of "Fairytale" by Sara Bareilles. I found it out because Breda posted it on her Facebook. It is so AWESOME!

Roismhaire said...

Very cool!

Christina LMT said...

Thanks, Everyone! It's amazing how you can be so inspired by a song (it helps to watch it 500 times, right, Chaos?!)
At your age I used to write angst-filled haiku. I still have some of them somewhere. Oh, and really emo poetry, too. Only we didn't call it "emo" back then!