Foresaken

May 31, 2011
By DeePiper PLATINUM, Gainesville, Texas
DeePiper PLATINUM, Gainesville, Texas
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Favorite Quote:
"Poetry flows. Right from my heart, to the paper. The best poems create themselves within your heart, and your mind...well, the mind interprets them... See, think of your heart as the artist, and your mind as the audience... get it?"


The sun bleeds,
Like acid rain burrowing into the dirt,
Melting the land into nothing,
Roses twist and writhe,
Trees stand tangled in the dead and fallen leaves
Its branches shift, leaving graves unguarded,
To haunt the living,
Re-open wounds, shine light on the scarred,
Blades of grass prick, like shards of glass,
The flesh trembles.


The author's comments:
This poem was inspired by that feeling where everything goes exactly and you feel torn and helpless; as if the entire world reflects your pain, so this poem reflects it.

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