A quiet Solitude

Poem by: WitchHazel

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A contemplative poem about death.

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Submitted: September 08, 2013

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Submitted: September 08, 2013

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Solitude

 

They awoke me from my sleep,

And years had flown fast,

I walk along the serpents beach, 

Alone I watch days pass.

I don't know why they took my here, 

as my sleep was good and well,

but the beach I stand on now,

is worse than fiery hell.

 

I know i'll be here, forever more,

which sparks the question~

"Why?"

Would someone want to live forever,

when in peace, they could have died.

 

 


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