A Shadow

Poem by: angel plant

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A shadow is following me everywhere I go. It knows my every move how far can I go?

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Submitted: September 14, 2012

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Submitted: September 14, 2012

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A shadow is following me

Every where I go

It knows my every move

How far can I go?

 

I feel a breeze upon my cheek

A single tear falls

I silently wish upon a star

 

A shadow on my shoulder

Watching me

whispers my name

 

A shadow that wont go away

It holds me still

I cannot move

 

It is like a shadow of silence

So quiet, not a sound to be heard

A silent shadow

 

A shadow of the night

Knows everything

Like a shadow on the wall

 

Each night as I try to sleep

I see a shadow on the wall

It will not leave me alone

 

It comes in the stillness

Of the night

Like a whisper in the wind

 

A shadow that plays with my mind

I feel so shallow and slow

When will this shadow leave me alone?


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                            A Shadow

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A shadow is following me everywhere I go. It knows my every move how far can I go?
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