Overbearing pain

Poem by: gingerbread

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A poem about someone in pain

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Submitted: February 13, 2013

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Submitted: February 13, 2013

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Pain

Trip on this wire, flood this gate

Step on a sharp stone, infuriate.

Smell this flower, leave it dead

Not in blood but stained in red.

Truly existant, yet unseen

My happiness drenched in gasoline

Ignite this mess, burry the ashes,

A once stable mind, everybody misses.

Is it over yet?


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Overbearing pain

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A poem about someone in pain

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