Escaping Death

November 8, 2011
By iLoveYou071011 BRONZE, Arvada, Colorado
iLoveYou071011 BRONZE, Arvada, Colorado
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Favorite Quote:
You don't realize what you have until you lose it.


I'm scared of you...
Your presence surrounds me in a terrifying box of horror.
You trapped me, you're holding me down, I can't breathe.
You've locked me in the moment.
Chills run throughout my whole body.
No movement, no talking, no nothing.
You've hurt me, broke me, horrified me.
A loud scream prevails from inside my tiny body. At last I'm free! I've escaped you once again. Until next time, Death.
May your evil die within, may my worries forsake me.
May the surrounding if your lifeless presence do us apart.

The author's comments:
We escape death every day. This poem is just about a dream I had, ha ha.

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