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A Poem Inspired by The Girl Who Fell From the Sky

Student art inspired by The Girl Who Fell From the SkyThis poem was inspired by The Girl Who Fell From the Sky and written by students in my friend Amal's University of Washington freshman writing and reading course. Love it!  The beautiful artwork is by a student at Cleveland High School in Portland, OR.

You were thrown into a black abyss,
it's your "evil" Danish mother you miss,
if only she gave you one last kiss,
before she threw over your brother and your sis,
Your nappy black hair and bright blue eyes,
led you to believe in so many lies,
your little blue bottle has been your disguise
you should listen for your Grandmother for she is wise.--

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