Death is Down the Road (Poem Verse)

November 30, 2011
By BridgetteR17 GOLD, Littleton, Colorado
BridgetteR17 GOLD, Littleton, Colorado
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Favorite Quote:
Almost every wise saying has an opposite one, no less wise, to balance it.
George Santayana

I feel my life slipping into the darkness.
My mind races.
Evil is up my path.
I lay silent.
The devil is here to collect my heart.
Crisp winter breeze cuts at my fingertips.
Death comes quick.
I fall to the ground.
Legs numb.
Arms numb.
Bones crush in my legs and arms.
Screams come from my lips.
White and blue color my body.
A figure in a black cloak.
He takes my hand.
Warmth hits my body like a bullet.
My body lay frozen and dead.
Finally I left this cruel world.

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