Her Untimely Demise

March 12, 2012
By doinitwrite BRONZE, Lincoln University, Pennsylvania
doinitwrite BRONZE, Lincoln University, Pennsylvania
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She stared at me,
With terror in her eyes,
I tried to resist her plea.

I held the key,
to her untimely demise,
She stared at me.

Her body will soon be at sea,
It was her fault for the lies,
I tried to resist her plea.

I invited her to coffee,
Now that her eyes rise,
She stared at me.

If she was just nice to me,
If only we met a compromise,
I tried to resist her plea.

Maybe next time she won't sell herself for free.
Now her body is my prize.
She stared at me.
I tried to resist her plea.


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