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    dots Submission Name: in a single breathdots
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    Author: Midnight_Toker
    Elite Ratio:    0.67 - 13/232/500
    Words: 78
    Class/Type: Poetry/Death
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    dotsin a single breathdots
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    everybody is watching
    but nobody chooses to see
    everyone can hear
    but noone is listening to me
    nonexistent is what I must be
    a ghost although'I dont recall death
    I remember the'world as'it passed me by
    in'a single DEEP dreary breath
    I closed my eyes and felt my flesh
    burning and screaming in pain
    then I awoke to'see everyone watching
    but nobody knew my name
    I cryed for help-but noone came
    and'a realization approached...
    im a ghost




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      A dark, disturbing sort of epiphany that proves that all realizations aren't a good thing. Metaphorically intended or not, this poem was a chilling rendition of waking up to the fact that you're at least a little bit dead inside. Something I hope we don't all go through. Thank you for sharing this :)
    | Posted on 2013-05-05 00:00:00 | by TheSnoitart | [ Reply to This ]


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