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    dots Submission Name: Dawndots

    Author: Big_Bill789
    Elite Ratio:    3.66 - 329/370/119
    Words: 195
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    We set sail at dawn
    The men have waited for weeks
    And I have waited but my whole life for this moment
    This was my true test of faith
    I had these mens lives in my hands
    And they had mine in theirs
    We loaded at port and set on our journey
    and many days passed into winter
    We reached the south pacific sometime in February
    and stumbled upon a small island just down river from landing
    this was the island they had spoken of
    It loomed over all of us, its shadow burned into the rocks below
    We knew this was it
    We sailed forward, full speed ahead as they yelled
    We edged closer and closer and as we approached the tiny place
    I heard the sweet tender voice of an angel
    A maiden called to us
    As we rowed forward to her the boat began to sway
    We stumbled and staggered
    And before we could see it
    The boat capsized against those dark schists
    And this sirens call was the last voice we ever heard
    As we drifted slowly into the sea
    The emerald combing tide carrying us astray
    In its flowing arms

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      pretty poison
    with a curious undertone
    of cruel desire
    as hearts are lashed to stone...

    Just some thoughts on the brave hopelessness at the heart of this write.
    | Posted on 2013-12-25 00:00:00 | by rws | [ Reply to This ]

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