A Fall from Grace

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Death is a strange guarantee
but Life does have its own symmetry.

These words are the last in this, a strange and twisted poem that came to me while I was lying on my bed, staring into the abyss. (Yes, that is what I do on my free time.) I should note that this is from the mind of someone who does not see the world from the point of view that is generally accepted, so who knows what you will think of it?

Submitted: January 31, 2008

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Am I too lost for you?
Were the things you said true?
My heart is dead,
no thoughts in my head.
 
The only thing that I can see
is red, covering All around me
All I year for is contol
maybe tears would cleanse my tattered soul.
 
You left, it’s simple as that.
You left, a skill you seem to excel at.
I wish you would not end
you took with you every friend.
 
Thanks to you, I am alone.
You are up upon your throne.
You threw me aside with ease.
Just forgive me, please!
 
I fell, that is true.
But, then, didn’t you?
All before will halt.
And to think, it’s all your fault!
 
No! I don’t mean it!
Okay, I do a little bit.
You were cruel to me
Yet, you still cannot see.
 
The End, the end
soon, we will reach the end.
Then, I will rest at last.
You are surpassed!
 
These words will not see day
until those words you say,
“goodbye my friend.”
That will be the End.
 
 
 
 
Death is a strange guarantee
but life has its own symmetry


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