Starcrossed Poem: Widows Walk

I wrote this poem in first person of Helen Hamilton, from the amazing book called Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini. The book is just really inspiring, which made writing this poem enjoyable. Hope all Starhearts approve :)

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1. Widows Walk

 

As I pace along my widows walk,

The wood beneath my feet groans

The silence within the wind moans

I can feel the danger inside my bones.

 

As I pace along my widows walk,

I despite the hate I once felt

I now feel the love that makes me melt

And avoid his presence, with that I’ve dealt.

 

As I pace along my widows walk,

Strangers wonder and search for my being

Danger lurking in the shadows, I’m seeing

I’m captivating my spirit, never am I freeing.

 

As I pace along my widows walk,

I yearn for the return of affection

And saviour the power of protection

Our love’s in need of a huge correction.

 

As I pace along my widows walk,

I now know that loves confusing

Our hearts both need refusing

Where this leads, I’ll keep perusing.

 

As I pace along my widows walk.

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