Darknest Night

June 9, 2011
By AbbsFeliniour GOLD, LaPorte, Indiana
AbbsFeliniour GOLD, LaPorte, Indiana
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Favorite Quote:
The lives we live are only given to us once. We make mistakes, have our hears broken, lose the ones we love. But, we learn, we duct tape ourselves together, and find peace in knowing how wonderful ou lives truly are.

After darkness doth fall,
you may never hear the raven's call.
He lurks in corners,
takes in flight,
joy to see the old men die.
How cruel the leaden sky doth look,
as I lay here six feet in a crook.
The granite sky,
how deeply gray,
as it saddens I decay.
Life just left me in a flash,
I tried to make one last dash.
Now in death,
I sit and wait,
to e'er see hell's feirce gate.
How I shall burn in that fiery pit,
how the totrure shall be like a whip.
Now I lay in my coffin,
seeing through,
the morning dew.
I feel nothing not cold not pain,
I feel no sorrow for I have been slain.
I decay here,
rotting like a twig,

The author's comments:
I like to write poems such as this. Darkness has been a friend to me in past years.

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