That Which I Killed in the Dark

Poem by: mkkrinler

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A small piece to a larger story "Ish". The first half is complete, the second half is still being edited.

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Submitted: October 27, 2012

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Submitted: October 27, 2012

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Each passing day leaves me in fear

That which I killed in the dark was never found

I never saw it but knew its hands around my neck

 

With such a large rock

One should have thought anything to die

 

Purple horizons I now face

Bare trees void of life or leaf

Every snapping branch leaves me breathless

 

By candle every night I stand ready

Ready for that which I thought I killed

For I know its mind

And it calls for my blood

 

 


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That Which I Killed in the Dark That Which I Killed in the Dark

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A small piece to a larger story "Ish". The first half is complete, the second half is still being edited.
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