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Till death do us part

Author: MysterydarkPoet
ASL Info:    20/f/Aust
Elite Ratio:    3.13 - 157 /295 /173
Words: 145
Class/Type: Poetry /Death
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Meah- its a funeral...

Till death do us part

It's hard to say
Without losing face
it's hard to walk away
Leaving you in this place

Six feet under
Death and despair
I'm praying to god
But he doesn't care

Jealous was he
To steal such a soul
Rip the earth of its riches
And leave it a hole

You were a fallen angel
But never mine
For you yourself
Were so devine

Wherever you went
You left your touch
Even to strangers
You meant so much

Watching you slip
So fine- I could not hold
You had it all
But all was untold

You bet your life
And the losing card you laid
Now I stand here, and to heaven
I watch your sould fade

I never had you
But you had my heart
As tragic as it is-
It is here that we must part

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  I read your thing about not commenting so I decided to comment on some of your stuff and I noticed that this poem had no comments at all. So I'm going to say something. I really don't know what to say though. I did Like this piece. Sad, yet it had a sense of peace to it at the end. Like you were accepting what happened and moving on. I wish I knew more about this poem, like the story behind it. Then I think I could have more to say about it. But I did like it and you did a good job. I hope you get more comments and if you have a chance, look at some of my poems and see if any are comment worthy. There were a couple of my poems that I wish got some more feed back so I can totally relate. Anyway you did a great job on this poem. Hope you are saticefied with my comment.
- -Oli
| Posted on 2006-03-30 00:00:00 | by Oli | [ Reply to This ]

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