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lost soul outside my window

Author: bloodied_angel
ASL Info:    15/Female/Oklahoma
Elite Ratio:    2.63 - 79 /119 /44
Words: 162
Class/Type: Poetry /Gothic
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lost soul outside my window

there you are again
my lost little friend
your so scared
i watch the tears fall down

a smile at twisted lies
truth so gone,
your lies are incompleate
you left out a moment in your sinario
and now i know the truth
your lost in your self

the damned wander under my window sile
can you see them
they smile as they cry,
but they will never know why
why through there happyness they must still shed a tear
why through there pain they must rip a smile

"the angels, not half as happy in heaven,
went enveying her and me"

with a tear i smile as well
though fear over take me
for when i can smile while i cry
i know there is nothing more to fear
i wonder under some strangers window
as he points out his favorit of the damned

Submitted on 2005-12-03 12:21:26     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  This was very well done - there are some minor spelling errors but nothing spell check can't cure

This is very mature and I stayed in a place once where I saw spirits outside my window but I wasn't ever scared either - so many lost and weary. I really liked, ""the angels, not half as happy in heaven,
went enveying her and me" very well done!

love,peace,joy&smilez 2 share
| Posted on 2006-03-20 00:00:00 | by Epiphany | [ Reply to This ]
  a smile to try an overcome the pain
and cry while happy cuz ther still is sorrow deep down inside
thas coo the hole under the windowsill thing i got a picture in my head from this poem
like a hole group of the damned walking in a group to each window and people joining em as they go by ...

Darkness of the Grim Draco
| Posted on 2005-12-03 00:00:00 | by darkness | [ Reply to This ]

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