Taking Over Me

July 15, 2011
By CieraDesiree GOLD, Hagerstown, Indiana
CieraDesiree GOLD, Hagerstown, Indiana
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Favorite Quote:
An eye for an eye only makes the whole world blind.
You never know what you have until it's gone.


My oval eyes open to an opulent day,
But too soon it fades to dull shades of gray.
And burried deep within the cage of my bones,
A blackness now burns where light had once shone.
For my eyes hide dark secrets that noone else knows,
Constantly weighing me down wherever I may go.
Always are they in my head, trying to escape,
But never can I let them out, For that would be my fate.
But quickly they will set my mind ablaze,
Making it hard for me to fight through the haze.
And like a rope around my neck, they squeeze from me control,
Releasing their darkness into the depths within my soul,
Until they have taken over my body as a whole.



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