Purple Memories

April 1, 2009
By Katrina</3 BRONZE, Whitewood, Other
Katrina</3 BRONZE, Whitewood, Other
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In the shadows, I shudder, crouched against the wall.
My pale skin gleams in the dim, eerie light.
Purple memories fill my arms reminding me of last night.
The power of his voice, the scrutiny of his stare
Makes me hide within myself,
As the pain spreads everywhere.
The pain it burns my throat
But I swallow down my fear,
As the little hope I had,
Slides down my cheek in a single tear.
Now I sit here against the wall,
And the numbness fills my soul.
I feel nothing at all.
Nothing anymore.



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Carol BRONZE said...
on Apr. 14 2009 at 4:16 pm
Carol BRONZE, Weslaco, Texas
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Your poem is beautiful in a way, and sad. "-"


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