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Grave Possessed

Author: Damien Vladimir
ASL Info:    28/m/hollywood/Ca
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Words: 182
Class/Type: Poetry /
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Grave Possessed

Have you ever lived my life?
I don't think you've lived like me.
Why must you create a lie?
Trying to feel and be like me,
it's not a matter of pretending

My mental actions fuction best,
when i'm feeling like the beast of hunger seeking,
decomposing corpses in morgues by any means

soil elevating corpse,
as my torso cleary shows,
the intestine hungry maggotts
as they eat and decompose,
the extracting flesh of my old soul,
as to expose my inner bones.

Never has a human compared my life to theirs.
I'm not as pure as you,
and you as dead as me.
Don't remember what i did,
but i've come in front of you.

Took your life,imprisoned you.
Now your not of what you were before,
Were you not in search of the nocturnal, the unknown?
What a severed dream this turned to be, as demon you are now.

Welcome to the graves.
This is where our confort lays for us.
As slaves to shades, and lunar rays awaken us.

Submitted on 2004-09-15 00:17:08     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  ...perhaps the writer's true emotion lies
coiled in a cavity behind the eye

of some bemused explorer
like heaven hovering o're a lover's kiss

we sing the song that whispered
I am the beginning of your bliss...

| Posted on 2013-12-20 00:00:00 | by rws | [ Reply to This ]
  Very Nice, very nice. I especially liked the first stanza. Nice use of a full vocabulary. Too many are the poems that get no thought into terms of sounding or just being intelligent. I really felt a heavy vibe when I read this. Great Job!
| Posted on 2004-09-15 00:00:00 | by Deep_Monty | [ Reply to This ]

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