Lawn Ghost

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: June 28, 2017

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Submitted: June 28, 2017



Guns rust in the rain. The lead released my pain. As I greet your silhouette. With a smile of reducing shame. Turn the havoc backwards. So the blind will not see. The ugliness of my greed that haunts your misery. I hear your laughter inside but I'm okay. I walk the halls helpless trying to forget yesterday . Sideways through the wall is a hand made of steel. Destruction has it's way of becoming forever real. Months have age spots In a year of a mammals truth. Borrowing the past to resurrect the now. Flee into the shine. Of a paranormal light. Where you can now live to be forever in my mind. Sting me with the venom . That cures my thirst. Of wanting ever after. If only I went first.

Sunshine broad bands. Glisten in the clouds. They take snapshots of a rubble that frame my lonely life. Stun the anticipation Of crossing the realm. That waits for blissful peace. Just to smile for me. Ignite the darkness To a lawn in new time. Where I can empty the chamber and save you one last time.

Bleed blood of blue . The horror of truth. Why I left the seasons To decompose you through. Tell me there is hope. For a man of haunted time. Where I can hold your ghost forever . Without my gun this time. Please come home . .

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