Good & Evil

November 6, 2010
By Danna BRONZE, Tomahawk, Kentucky
Danna BRONZE, Tomahawk, Kentucky
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We are one body; two parts.

I am evil. I am good.

I strip you of your pride. I don't need pride to survive.

I devour your will to live. I am your will to live.

I eat your soul. I am your soul.

I smell your weakness. I have no weakness.

I conform to your kryptonite. I am an original; copyrighted only to me.

I'm on the outside looking in. I'm on the inside looking out.

I am your flesh. I am your heart.

Would you not deceive: lie, steal, and cheat if you were me. Condemned to a devils Hell. Envy rages inside of me, for you, you get to live in all eternity.

There is no reason to scream, you were given the same opportunity as me.

We are one body, miles apart.

The boundary of grace and love shows no terminal.

Death chemically acts upon us, separating us for all eternity.

I die and burn.

I live and learn.

The author's comments:
My teacher and I wanted a poem we could go perform at open mic night.So I sat and wrote this. She was good and I was evil.
Poetry Slam was my motivation.

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on Nov. 23 2010 at 6:38 pm
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