Tears is Death

Poem by: myheart

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where did i go?? into my tears i cry

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Submitted: March 23, 2010

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Submitted: March 23, 2010

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my feet flow down and plants upon the flat surface

as my legs grow weak and my knees hit the ground

into a pile of water i call my tears

i lay in the water watching the ripples of my tears

as i start to continuely sink and drown in my own tears

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i look into the puddle to see all my memories

the pictures fortell all the feelings that have brought me here

to this place where my tears have fallen and i have been grounded

within my tears for they show my pain and lets my stories be told

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what if i said i drowned in my own tears

that my death was upon my own self by providing my own puddle to

be cause of my demise inside and out i flow with my river oftears

when you want to see me look at my puddle of tears and reimagine me

and once you cry i may have the strength to by your tears to come back to life


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where did i go?? into my tears i cry

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