The End

June 12, 2011
By Anonymous

My heart beats fast;
I feel like my chest is going to burst.
Sweat slides down my forehead, wetting my eyebrows.
I keep running though.
My legs just won’t stop.

I feel the burning sensation in my lungs.
My lungs are squeezing tight.
As I feel my legs slowing down,
My eyes start to water.
The pain is too much for me, I can’t continue.

As I stop running, I fall forward, hitting the forest floor.
I hear your paws grasping leaves as you leap on top of me.
I feel your furry tail wipe across my legs.
Your teeth sinks into my flesh,
And I cry as you consume me.

The author's comments:
I really was not thinking when I wrote this poem. All I know is that I had to finish it for homework before class started. I sort of improvised. It came out a little weird too.

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