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Twilight: A Lesson Learned

April 6, 2009
By lightbearer GOLD, North Bloomfield, Ohio
lightbearer GOLD, North Bloomfield, Ohio
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Twilight is more than vampirism.
It shows the beauty of reality,
And how we, as beings, should accept
One another for who we are.
And from each character comes a lesson.
Carlisle teaches one how to protect a life and family.
Esme shows the quiet-nature and love for outcasts.
Edward is trying to die of old habits and does what
He believes to be right, despite what others think.
Rosalie teaches us to remain weary of others and to
Watch out for those around you.
Emmett is one for having fun and living life to the full.
Alice is more than a fortuneteller.
She is a loving individual,
Refusing to see the negative circumstances,
And yet watching for danger.
Jasper reveals a gift that all should strive for.
And that is the ability to make people feel good an
Confident in themselves, no matter what is said.
And there is Bella, the most important.
For she decides to love, despite what could happen to her.
Now that is true love,
When you can look past a persons
Mistakes and love with true care,
Then you have truly learned to love.

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This article has 2 comments.

. said...
on Dec. 12 2009 at 8:55 am
i'm sorry you feel that way. but you yourself seem to be an exellent editor when it comes to commenting on someone work. i'm writing this novel and i have the first two chapters done. would you be interested in taking a look?

Bluebelle said...
on Dec. 12 2009 at 12:59 am
I highly doubt Stephenie Meyer was thinking anything nearly so deep when writing the Twilight series. The writing is too spontaneous and choppy to allow for many hidden meanings. It is a beautiful poem, but with no grounding. Your talent is wasted when you write about the rubbish that Meyer created.