Death's Wings

December 23, 2010
By Leann14 GOLD, DeGraff, Ohio
Leann14 GOLD, DeGraff, Ohio
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This unforgiving white took over
The bleeding roses that were my lips
Where lovely traces
Of Heavens' kiss
Seep into my ashen skin
Til that tender caress does Embrace
Feathering together
To form Death's wings
As victory, like an eagle
Swooping down on Earth's blind Love...
Eternal Beauty
Soaring free
With sight by mere emotion-
Though death does reap the joy
That once was my soul,
This day may end Triumphant


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on Aug. 24 2012 at 10:15 pm
A very different look on death. The words typically associated with the opposite of death really stood out and captured my attention. Amazing descriptions and structure! :)

. said...
on Aug. 24 2012 at 10:15 pm
A very different look on death. The words typically associated with the opposite of death really stood out and captured my attention. Amazing descriptions and structure! :)


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