Piercing Cries

December 30, 2011
By Luckynumber13 BRONZE, Tadcaster, Other
Luckynumber13 BRONZE, Tadcaster, Other
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Favorite Quote:
"Can we live without death? Can we love without hate? Can we want without need? Do we really ever live our lives enough to appreciate we can never realy truley grasp one without the other? That the concept has no meaning without an opposing force"

Piercing Cries
When the ghosts begin to weep,
Across the silence it cuts,
For the death of a silent girl,
Whose mouth sew tightly shut,

Yet whimpering cries,
Unheard it seems,
Only reach the open ears,
Willing to hear the screams,

Put your head to the water,
Then you may hear,
Screams of a dying girl,
Piercing to the ear

Wallowing in tears shed,
From eyes glued together,
What’s the point in anything?
When you are gone forever.

The author's comments:
This one i wrote by force, unlike most of my others which i write freely. Im not sure, I kinda thought of it because something along the lines of "Ill shut my mouth then :P" came up in conversation with my girlfriend xD

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