Fountain of the souls that fell

March 5, 2010
By Anonymous

When his blood reaches the ground
The concrete cries
And then it drowns

The mother’s tears soak up the sky
The heavens watch
The angels die

The poor seep into their cracks
Affording bills
And heart attacks

Their drugs and alcohol intoxicate
Failure and low-life become their fate

The splattered blood, the men who die
The simple question of have you lied

Though why should we even care
When are soul’s are confined by dark despair

My heart turns black, the sky turns gray
Through my eyes it’s a beautiful day

The fountain of the souls that fell
That tastes so sweet, but hurts like hell.

The author's comments:
Umm I just created this account, so... tell me what you think of this poem, its for a project at school. Ill probably add more to it later.

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on May. 20 2010 at 8:29 am
Bella913 SILVER, New City, New York
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First comment! this was amazing. the discriptions on it were amazing. i think that all the imagrey is really good. finish it up! i want to read more :) nice work. check out my song through and through and tell me if you like it!

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