Six Feet Deep

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic


Death haunted dreams,

drowned again, downed again

this armor donned again

won't live to see dawn again. 

Disarmer spawned again -

weaponless, abscond again -

submerged, immaterial pond again,

ethereal life pawned again.

Every night plagued,

every Knight plagued.

Every breadth shaded,

every breath faded -

my life and death braided,

My life - in death - traded.

My grave indeed spaded,

alive and buried, slated.

Ill-fated, no ill faded,

poxy desecrated

all my dreams related.

One foot in, six feet deep

counting sheep 'neath my sheets,

crumble cliffs to sweep my feats.

Frozen limbs, eyes alight,

Cloven twins arise to smite. 


Submitted: April 24, 2022

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charlamaye

Nicely done Andre

Wed, June 15th, 2022 9:03pm

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