A Welcome End

Poem by: Irwinagain

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How it might have been......

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Submitted: April 09, 2012

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Submitted: April 09, 2012

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Head throbbing
Lungs bursting
Rain beating against my face

Arms numb
Legs cramped
Pain excruciating in its embrace

Hands swollen

And screaming,
I wonder why I’m here

Cannot remember
Cannot think
Nothing is clear

Looking out

I see people
Women and men.

Looking down

I see faces
Do I know them?

Mouth dry
I cry out
And a drink is sent

A sponge
Well soaked
And my thirst is vent

Thunder and lightning
The sky is rent

A spear in my side
And my life is spent.


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A Welcome End

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How it might have been......

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