Death's Embrace

March 4, 2010
By Aloravana PLATINUM, Wakonda, South Dakota
Aloravana PLATINUM, Wakonda, South Dakota
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Favorite Quote:
I don't care about what people say I don't have time to waste to try to please them.

she slowly turns away from the pain every day
devolved in the false sayings that she'll be okay
slowly she she falls asleep her poems sing sweet
sweet sorrow the mind numbing pain physically she can't feel a thing
in her mind she flys the colors of her emotions rolls out the bell rang
signaling that her time has come there she must go all of her words sung
pain be gone said a mighty force anddeath came and swept her away
the enternity wrapped her embraced her in such a way that sleep took her pain away
she sighs softly and her body releaxes
she closes her eyes her family smiling will be her last sight

The author's comments:
I wrote for a description of a character in Huckleberry Finn

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