Kieran J1996 Poems
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Read me and i'll tell you, Of secrets hidden, Dark things shrouded, To the world forbidden,
() Angel's Wings ()
A darkness envelops me, Glowing as dark as the night, All disappears, Including the light,
! ! ! ! Slipping Back! ! ! ! !
I'm slipping back, Into the madness of the night, Where only thoughts, Of death can reach me,
(We Have Fallen)
The night falls, As though slain by the sun, Entwined are we, The salvation for which,
You think your immune, To the powers that be, Those who say, That you're meant for me,
ok so, this poem is a joint poem by myself and a good friends Alicia. if you like this then check her out online as her work is amazing! ! ! hope u all like! ! Both Of Us:
When the sky is falling in, And all hope is growing thin, I will be ther for you, For i love you, i truly do,
: : : Open Wrists: : :
As I opened my wrists, The pain was sweet, A reminder of life, Of which is true,
! ! ! Given Up Hope! ! !
I breathe no more, Not one gasp of air, I've given up hope, I no longer care,
! Sucrees Chocolat!
Chocolat, Chocolat, Sucrees Chocolat, J'adore Chocolat,
! ! ! ! Without You By My Side! ! ! ! !
so i need you, you already know, without your presence, i get down so low,
Listen to what, Your heart says inside, Whoever you are, There's no need to hide,
**********I've Lost You***********
I've lost you, I knew as soon as I saw your eyes, Its all my fault, A love built on lies,
The silence grows stronger, No lips move, No tongues speak, We are forever cursed,
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Edgar Allan Poe
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! ! READ ME NOW! !
Read me and i'll tell you,
Of secrets hidden,
Dark things shrouded,
To the world forbidden,
Under heart and stone,
Never told nor given away,
Forevermore, always unknown,
The backbreaking shame,
Of troubles past,
With you to blame