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Duet with the Death

March 30, 2019
By Fate-S-F BRONZE, Beaverton, Oregon
Fate-S-F BRONZE, Beaverton, Oregon
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Favorite Quote:
no one knows what will happen tomorrow, but things might change, use your time with your loved ones.


Walking all alone

Walking by your stone

Night leaving the sky

Is it already time to die?


you left

Your eyes won’t let

My cheeks are still wet

The death won the bet

You should have sensed the threat

I wish we’ve never met

Satan always wins the duet

Why did you LEAVE

Your broken body is all receive

The shrieks after slaughtering eve

I watched as the sword of betrayal cleaved

No one believed

Your dead body’s all I receive

True, but harsh; the light is crushed

Your warm, red blood rushed

Those young beautiful voices hushed

My cheeks won’t ever blush

You dealt with the death

You knew those were your last breath

You dealt with the Satan

You left me out here waitin’

You dealt with the death

Though you knew you can’t win the duet

The author's comments:

To my dead, fiction lover. As the Author Danial Handler said "we are like boats passing in the night, particularly you"

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