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    dots Submission Name: .....The Burden of her Despairdots

    Author: melancholymaid
    ASL Info:    24/female/Tennessee
    Elite Ratio:    3.64 - 112/136/34
    Words: 139
    Class/Type: Poetry/Death
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       Not such a good piece. I can see that reading back over it. But I am sitting here in my stupid fourth period class. I was flipping through my notebook for something to post. I found this, completely random. I thought I would post it. This was originally going to be a poem inspired by The House of Mirth, by Edith Warton. But it turned into something more, as you may very well see.

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    dots.....The Burden of her Despairdots

    Kneeling in the Great Black Forest, he wept for his loss.
    She was the most he had ever seen.
    Oh how she suffered.
    Sometimes it would hit her at once, and fill her with such despair that she could feel it in her very bones.
    She was nothing, yet she was everything still.

    He could not believe that she had done it.
    She leapt, she drank a vile, red liquid,
    a liquid the same color as her hair.
    She dove into the abyss to her final trial.

    He was left alone...........

    He remembered when it would wash over her.
    Each time, she had to brace herself.
    It drained her.
    She cried until her body was famished.
    She bled until she had not the energy to pour the vermilion liquid any longer.

    Submitted on 2005-02-02 12:52:49     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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