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Author: 3xes
Created: April 05, 2010 at 06:15 pm
Upload Type: Poem, T (13+)  
Category: Dark | Love | Sad
Upload Stats: 4.66 Stars by 3 users with 3 comments and 205 views

Pulling at Her Chains  

Lost in the abyss,
The youth, the innocence.
Taking what we miss,
At the bystanders expense.
No more regret,
For what's unsaid.
She's with you now, I bet,
Sleeping soundly, in your bed.
Slipping into sorrow,
As the youth grows cold.
As life slides downward,
To the bottomless Hell.
She shows her inner coward,
Cannot hide in her shell.
Her ending has come,
Claiming her all.
For the lucky sum,
We get to watch her fall.


© 3xes - all rights reserved

Author Notes


Another poem that I'm not sure about. It seems to be a poem about cheating when I read it but I'm not sure. Another poem written on a sleepless night.


 
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Comments & Reviews ( X 4)



Desmond
April 06, 2010
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A dark piece but you say so much, in very few words.
Good work - an enjoyable read.


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ShadowsNight
April 05, 2010
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deep
this is a deep piece i love it keep writting plz


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andycapped
April 05, 2010
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THIS PIOEM HAS A PUNCH !!!!! I SEE A LITTLE JEALOUSY COMING OFF THIS POEM. THIS ONE OF YOUR BEST. GREAT JOB!! A*C*


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