Requiem For A Forgotten Plant

March 9, 2009
By Tausha Rosen BRONZE, Wolfforth, Texas
Tausha Rosen BRONZE, Wolfforth, Texas
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Don't tell me what it is like to die
Because you will never know
Until your body leaves the earth
Can you tell me how it goes?

I am a ghost forever floating here
Energy that lacks a life
At least now I am rid of you
And all of your stupid strife

I'll haunt you now, revenge is mine
How sweet the bitter word
It's a distressing thing to hear, I know
From many things that I have heard

Let me speak as I give you
The writings on the wall
How could you do this to me?
I say, Or anything bad at all

It was you who brought this on yourself!
You can not bring me back from dying
You killed me slow and painfully
Despite my endless sighing

Don't tell me that you loved me,
You can't say it to my face
You used to be the one, who cared
And fed in my very favorite place.

I have a new one, though, you'll see
As I wait for you tonight
My favorite place is scaring you
In all the places lacking light

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