Whiskey Lullaby (For A Competition)

Poem by: Fashionzombie

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Submitted: June 05, 2010

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Whiskey working away my liver,
I can already hear my breath quiver
Hoping I won’t remember her
Knowing I’m just another sir
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The war I fought,
Brought nothing it ought
I’ve lost her now
Not even a row
.
Her sight burnt me;
Like the sting of a bee
Creeping to my heart
Breaking it apart
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FashionZombie
Willow trees are my skies
As I ascend into the highs
The armies of the swollen heavens
Welcome me to join my brethrens

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Whiskey Lullaby (For A Competition)

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