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A Poem by MagicMJ

Author: MagicMJ
Created: May 01, 2010 at 04:30 am
Upload Type: Poem, G (All)  
Category: Sad | General/Other | General/Other
Upload Stats: 4.5 Stars by 2 users with 2 comments and 254 views

Heaven into Hell  

Nights that closed my eyes in tears
A heart screaming for the lost years
Kneeling in vain, asking him to redeem
This soul slowly vanishing into dim

Feeling lost and forsaken
Stomped by many rejections
Unable to cope with massive depression
Pressures sinking through my skin

The heaven I once prayed at night
Brought me in this hurting flight
And now I'm dying in terrible pain
Regretting I prayed for this heaven

So for my longest nights, I weep
Patiently waiting to dry these tears
Unburden me from my once so called bliss
From my heaven that burned me deep

© MagicMJ - all rights reserved

Author Notes

when you prayed for something because you feel it will be your happiness... But when you already have it, it became your deepest sorrow...

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Comments & Reviews

June 04, 2010
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Very dark and emotional. You expressed a great deal of sadness and so little words. Lovly writing and I loved the rhyme scheme. Keep writing!

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May 01, 2010
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wow.. very strong and powerful.. good choice of words to express your feelings

Many thanks to you kittyful!!!!

 MagicMJ replied on May 02, 2010


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