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The King's Rage.

Poetry By: RenRose

a poem about the queen falling for the kings dearest knight, who dose not return the feelings for the queen because he loves the king.

Submitted:Dec 2, 2012    Reads: 13    Comments: 2    Likes: 2   

A King's Rage.


Lying queen.

Open you eyes.
You broke his heart.

Your endless lies.

His swelling rage.

Tearing old wounds.

That cannot mend with age.

Why me?!

Because I loved him?

Did you see it?

Maybe your not so dim.

To notice my trailing eyes.

My dying loyalty.

For now I die.

My king sent his words.

We stand side by side.

Not a sound.

The 'truth' cannot hide.

Stained lies stand as 'truth'

You loved us both?

You stand proud,

Before the king.

The truth in your eyes,

As he takes the ring.

It looks as if you will cry.

My own sting,

as he stands before me.

A betrayed face.

"You have betrayed my trust.. What are your last words!?!"

I see,

He never saw me.

Only you.

I kneel silently.

A tear slips slowly,

Never noticed.

As metal falls.


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