Death's Kiss

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
Poetry.

Submitted: December 30, 2013

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Submitted: December 30, 2013

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Get lost in yourself;
drown out this world.
Sorrowful goodbyes
that were never heard...
May this day just rest in peace.
may all the pain just one day cease.

"Drown me in my thoughts
and the little puddle of blood
that was left,"
she wept.

A little gasp
and she'd cease to exist.
Just before, she'd wet her lips,
trembling, awaiting death's kiss.
To dangle a live soul
in front of a dying host;
bliss.

A continuous stab
of an unwanted pain,
that bloodthirsty leech,
he'd never let go.
Just let her die
in his basement;
a little vinegar
to coat those wounds
sliced open
by her knife again.
And let all the red
seep into the concrete,
until morning woke.
Let her dangle from the ceiling,
his drunken stumble,
he'd kick the chair from beneath her.

To dangle a live soul
in front of a dying host;
bliss.
A little gasp
and she'd cease to exist.
Just before, she'd wet her lips,
trembling, awaiting death's kiss.

"Drown me in my thoughts
and the little puddle of blood
that was left,"
she wept.

Get lost in yourself;
drown out this world.
Sorrowful goodbyes
that were never heard...
May this day just rest in peace.
may all the pain just one day cease.


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