The Dead Woman's Song

April 18, 2009
By Batwoman GOLD, Middlebury, Indiana
Batwoman GOLD, Middlebury, Indiana
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My great trial has ended
And I've finally won.
No more pain or anger
now only fun.

I regret that the breeze's
touch is forever lost to me.
I regret loving those
who only hurt me.

I will miss the spring meadow
on the cool summer night.
But alas I've passed on
without a fight.

My condolences to those
still suffering in pain.
But eventually everyone will
end the long game.

My great trial has ended
And I've finally won.
No more pain or anger
now only fun.


The author's comments:
I was inspired to write this piece when my English teacher read a poem in class called I felt a Funeral in My Brain By. Emily Dickinson

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Batwoman GOLD said...
on Apr. 30 2009 at 1:25 am
Batwoman GOLD, Middlebury, Indiana
12 articles 0 photos 38 comments
Thanks dad I'm glad you liked it.

Chuck said...
on Apr. 29 2009 at 11:41 am
I liked this poem even though it dealt with a morbid subject!. you could tell alot of thought was put behind it.




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