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If You Believe in Me, I’ll Believe in You


05.20.20 Posted in today's words by

Elizabeth Still is an English and Education major at Bridgewater College who originally is from Marysville, Pennsylvania. She has engaged in creative writing and poetry over the past several years and is excited to apply everything she’s learned to her craft.

If You Believe in Me, I’ll Believe in You
By Elizabeth Still

And so, I took a leap of faith
And I chose to believe
In the white mane and silver horn,
Of the creature of Fae in front of me.

I believed in its power,
Its heart and its soul
That it came to protect us
All noble and bold.

And I never saw it again
After that day with the chestnut tree
Though I knew it was watching
And looking over me.



One Response to “If You Believe in Me, I’ll Believe in You”

  1. Charlene james says:

    Oh, love,love it. Simple but magical yet the image is all there. Looking forward to knowing Elizabeth. Cheers, char

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