Interdeath

July 23, 2011
By kayrestii BRONZE, Carriere, Mississippi
kayrestii BRONZE, Carriere, Mississippi
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Scampering down
this endless road
The coat upon
my back drips
Through my nose
I smell of mold
Each sunrise brings forth
strenuous trips
I seek for home
which seems so old
Embedded dust replaces
moisture on my lips
The familiar raven
above deeply crowed
Once it awhile others
trash serves as tips
It seems as if they
all compete in code
Right before my eyes
a vehicle flips
For it was carrying more
than it could hold
In awe my paws
to the asphalt are grips
All of a sudden I was struck
like a lightning bolt
Seeing every organ
within my rips
Whimpering forevermore
the body of mine
froze so cold
Further and further
away the murderer zips
Looking towards the clouds
I rose to reach
the shining gold


The author's comments:
I observe these incidents happening everywhere, Every day we live.

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