An Angry Princess

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A poem inspired my a picture.

Submitted: March 04, 2007

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Submitted: March 04, 2007



"An Angry Princess"

Alone together with herself
She numbly stands on silver ground,
The saint moon mirroring the image
Of the hollow deepness in her gaze.
She, shedding inky tears,
Repents for her sinful innocence.
Salty water from the well of her eyes,
Stings gently on lethal wounds,
The only memory, which still remains of him.
But the sympathetic rain, so gently,
Washes away her honourable disgrace
And with it, takes away her pride.
The Angry Princess of the night
Screams silently, sees blindly
And deceives herself through natures strive.

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