the bitter part of divorce

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
The title kinda gives it away. And if your going though it too ya might have seen it too.

Submitted: August 30, 2012

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Submitted: August 30, 2012



through the mud and the broken glass hidden with in it, i trudge on. the nights sky blackened and lightening all around, i shiver through the night in search of shelter, losing my final breaths. you not of pain. your bellies full and your heads well rested. what of you understands pain? i have not seen the warmth of sun light in these blackened miles. but the burns down your throat gives you a false sense of happiness. yet i fall into the depths of madness. tell me what do you know of pain? when hells mouth opens and swallows you, i pray no mercy will shine on you, i pray the fates despise you. i pray you know pain.. when the shrieks of horror draw you in, my only sin is the glee i feel when i know i started to win.

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