End of Days

March 11, 2010
By Corbyn Mellinger BRONZE, Center Point, Iowa
Corbyn Mellinger BRONZE, Center Point, Iowa
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I find m’lady sleeping deep
With touch she will not stir,
She breathes a peaceful melody
With a fair face as her.

I try, and try, and try again
My lady to awake,
But when she will not awaken
I then begin to quake.

I ask her, “Why have you left me?
What ever shall I do?”
I cannot live another day
Without my Little Boo.

As panic quickly overcomes
My vision seems to fail,
I feel a chill encompass me
My visage becomes pale.

I take a look around the room
I find a metal stake.
And with a jab as quick as light
My life, I soon will take

I found m’lady sleeping deep
With touch she will not stir
And by her cold body, I lay
With the same fate as her.


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on Apr. 7 2010 at 8:21 pm
EmilyGiroux SILVER, Surprise, Arizona
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Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa

on Mar. 25 2010 at 9:58 am
jennee21_ann GOLD, Helper, Utah
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Favorite Quote:
"Don't gain the world and lose your soul....wisdom is better than silver or gold."

"You can always close a book, but you can never close the mind of a writer."

i like it! it has really good rythym and it's not that sappy sort of love! :) it almost reminded me of romeo and juliet. haha i like it a lot :)


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