The Girl in Blue

Her light blue dress swirled around her legs and ankles

Her white converse were covered in black filth from the train tracks

The approaching light blinded and stupefied her

Her feet were being held by fear’s clenched fists

Bolted to the ground

The train kept coming, seemingly faster

It acted as if there was no one in front of it

Begging for her life with silent tears

Her light blue dress swirled around her legs and ankles

Much more wildly this time

Her white converse were covered in black filth from the train tracks

The departing light left those present blind and stupefied

Their feet being held by fear’s clenched fists

Bolted to the ground

The train kept going, seemingly faster

It acted as if there was no one left behind it

No longer with life, her body remained silent

There lied the girl in blue

Mysterious and forever quiet

This poem is about: 
Our world

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