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A poem to a friend who died 6 years ago and I'm dreading that day. My stomach flips whenever I am reminded. I am so scared of what is known as death. It took my friend at 9 and grandmother at 13. When will it stop? And will the flames on my heart be washed out by something?
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Just a little sensual poetry for all you readers out there. Hope you enjoy :) I would also love some feedback if you guys would like to give it :) Comment if you wish. I'd love to hear how I could perhaps improve and on what you think on this piece of mine :)
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