The Path to Death

December 28, 2011
By Larllia BRONZE, Carrollton, Texas
Larllia BRONZE, Carrollton, Texas
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Favorite Quote:
"We all love to instruct, though we can teach only what is not worth knowing" - Jane Austen

The path to Death I almost chose
For it was him who first asked me
Appealing as he was, it seemed hard to decline
But I was charmed by Insanity.

The path to Death I should've chosen
For I am no longer content
Bound to choose Insanity
Who is my mind's torment.

It is my Death who I'm now with
And it is Life to whom I make this vow
Do not fret, dear friend, that I am gone
For I'm truly living now.

It is to Death whom I belong
But it's the Spring I sometimes miss
Though among the Winter's frozen time
I found eternal bliss.

The author's comments:
This peice, for me, was the product of me funneling all of my anger and sorrow into something productive. It is simply a person dealing with relationships in a way, as Death, Insanity, and Life are all reffered to as people.

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