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Air So Thin

Poem by: Bobby Evans

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Story of the rush when you take another person's life..

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Submitted: August 13, 2011

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Submitted: August 13, 2011

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Air So Thin

We fight to breath the air so thin

Death is among us, so let us begin

With this blade I will cut a hole

Your face looks funny since I cut off your mole

I am that guy who brings out peoples worst fears

Don't worry at least I'll make a necklace out of your ears

I place the knife on your chest

Try not to panic, I know you are giving it your best

As a tear rolls down on your face

I thought you were a strong woman, what a disgrace

I hope your ready for the pain I'm about to put your through

God will question how a man could do the things will I do

I laugh as you cry

I live as you die

Your body is all limp and white

Your body has nothing left to fight

Your soul may go on

Your body is mine to munch on.

By Bobby J Evans


© Copyright 2016 Bobby Evans. All rights reserved.

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