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    dots Submission Name: My Clockdots
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    Author: Katastrophe6
    Elite Ratio:    0.35 - 0/1/5
    Words: 72
    Class/Type: Poetry/Death
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    dotsMy Clockdots
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    Creeping up behind me
    Waiting for the kill
    Never to been seen again
    My world is coming to an end
    I'm slowly fading
    My heart is racing
    I keep asking why
    Because no matter what
    I'm still racing, racing the clock of death
    Creeping up behind me
    Waiting for the kill
    Never to be seen again
    My world has closed me in
    I'll die and be forgotten
    I'll be gone





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      My mother spoke of this not long ago. Her fear of not leaving her mark on the world. Perhaps that is why I write. I know I touch lives every day. I'm a teacher and a mom. But to have that feeling that I can continue to impact people (with my words) even when I'm not present. Even when I no longer walk this earth . . . it makes me feel less "mortal" in a way. In that sense, there is comfort in penning a poem. Even about death. And so it goes . . .
    | Posted on 2013-11-09 00:00:00 | by JanePlane | [ Reply to This ]


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