Death in Life.

Death in Life. Death in Life.

Status: Finished

Genre: Poetry

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Status: Finished

Genre: Poetry

Summary

Self explanation of selfs love.

Summary

Self explanation of selfs love.

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Submitted: October 20, 2012

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Submitted: October 20, 2012

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I think in my mind, it's all but gone and what survived is not all too strong, what lived in me once, died in a field, what once at last wilted, fell upon that breeze and carried over to see the sea, it's all but gone, am I so strong?
I think not any more, the will to open doors, chase down my emotions and raise them from the grave, it's only death that turned up coming calling, comfort with a drink a pill and a dull blade.
It's fate, fate to seal shut the life I made and I thought lived in a dream, I am not from a plane where happiness is made, I fell like an angel I fell upon my blade, angels belong in heaven, seven songs to sing, while time seems to be but a blink, all I ever learned was what it took to love completley, it's still a feeling a feeling that burns and wounds very deeply.
Seperation of will and life, I think in time my grave will be alive, alive with ground and grass a sudden impact a mask of a glance, my mind dark macabre, we all die in the end it makes me wonder why I never saw it through before, If I had a gun I would shoot a whole into my fathers son.
It's a dreary affair to care, I would like to harden my self from the world and live like an empty shell, we can't change who we are we can only dream that life has door ajar, some one on the other side, welcoming you back and looking into your own eyes.
If I was strong, but then again no, I would take a knife and slit my throat, shed my blood work on been undone, I know why I write I know the pain I have inside, I knew the joy that I found with you I could see the dreams stand still, the stars pull focus lights would open, I would sway in a dance some kind of trance, you stood on the roof and hugged me, I know how to hug and give completely.


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