Faceless Fear

December 15, 2010
By The_Poem_Smith BRONZE, Hudsonville, Michigan
The_Poem_Smith BRONZE, Hudsonville, Michigan
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Favorite Quote:
A thief demands a mans money, a murderer demands his heart, but a woman demands both.

Plunging through the abysmal night,
Feet strike ground like a comet strikes earth.
He pressed forward with all his might,
What great evil gave this monster birth?
His life would end in these claws,
Stolen by a nameless wraith,
Torn apart by its mighty jaws.
His heart held no faith,
In the things he used to trust,
A savior that would rescue him from this.
Now hope was left behind in the dust,
His home and family he would miss.
Muscles began to convulse,
This was the end.
His Chest throbs with a heavy pulse.
As Feet stumble over a root’s subtle bend,
He spins to confront his doom,
Face streaming with so many tears,
Alas Emptiness only there did loom.
Then he realized that the beast was just his fears.

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