Brontë—286: Ch 15

Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, Chapter 15.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!

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The Dancers
As I walked
Across the field,
I saw a bunch of dancing girls
Poking the sun,
Soaking up its light,
Singeing the ground,
With
Barefoot
Feet.

The Lonely Day
As I sit
On the bench,
Sadness fills me.
Pushing out tears
To help the gardens
Late
Blossom
Alone.

T.L.D. 2.0
With my current secret
As I cross the stones
I bestow to you
A lonely day.

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