A Noose For Fallen Solitude

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
a story about a life stuck in false solitude, when the walls of the fake solitude crumble the poor life cant take it and it ends in a sad, tragic suicide

Submitted: June 28, 2013

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As you sit in solitude,

As high king of your world,

A world like no other, a world of delusion,

 As your walls come crumbling down and your mind slips into confusion,

 Your castle has crumbled and all you see is the desolation of solitude,

 As the walls that have been put around you crumble,

 You come to the realisation of truth,

 Your heart beats harder and your mind dries out,

Anger clouds your soul from the solitude of lies that have fallen before you,

Wishing for those deceivers to pay deaths tole,

 As you look at life and slowly become a disbeliever,

Walking with the grey crowd,

You fall into the pit of snakes, being bitten, as venomous lies slip into your brain,

Slowly becoming insane,

 You step to the ledge or tie the noose,

Expecting to end this life,

 Expecting the darkness to consume your soul,

 You see no gleam of light as the clouds cover the moon,

 On this stormy night your fall like your fallen solitude


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