Oblivious : Acrostic Poem.

Olivia  alone walked  in the  storm uncaring of  the  rain  and harsh winds

Boldly  she walked,  her  umbrella inside out. The  pages of her book ripped away like  her sins.

Lightly  the  pages  were  taken  by  the wind, her  hair  covered  her beautiful features

Isolated  in a micro climate, all of  her  own,  she  wandered on oblivious to  the calls of  her  piers and her  teachers.

Violently  the  wind  took  the umbrella  from her  hand and  bore it  away  across  the cliffs   and out  to sea.

In vain those  who cared  for Olivia  shouted  her name, they  feared  she  would  be lost in  this rain

Over  the  cliffs edge  she might venture. Washed  away  by  the  see never  to be seen alive again.

Unaware  of  the  present  danger  she wandered on  singing sweetly  in her  head, loudly  without  a pause.

So imagine  the joy  of  her  friends when  Olivia  came into view  oblivious of  the  angst  she had  caused .

 

 

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