February 20, 2009
By Lawliet77 BRONZE, Beebe, Arkansas
Lawliet77 BRONZE, Beebe, Arkansas
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"I love you more than life,"
She cries in his arms.
"I was hoping to by your wife..."
He is not alarmed.

He keeps his straight face,
And pulls out his blade.
"Im sorry,"
He speaks,
Crying in his sleep.

He plunges it in her side,
Tears in his eyes.
She breathes her last breath,
As the blade causes her death.

"What have I done?"
He asks himself.
"She was my love, and now she is gone..."
He says through heavy breath.

There her body lies.
There, as he cries.
Alone, in his sleep.
It was all just a dream.


The author's comments:
A poem that tells the tale of a guy who killed the woman he loved in his sleep. So tragic...

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