Matthew Henning

Rookie [M.W. Henning] (2/13/1998 / United States)

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My name is Matt Henning and I write poems as a release for myself, but also, other people seem to enjoy them as well. Which is a bonus, I suppose. more »

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The Black Death

Dark tendrils of disease
spread across the land
Twisting
clawing
Reaching until all of Europe
Is in the clutches of Death himself.

Women and children,
Men and kings alike,
a third of the population
all become victims
to the monster named Plague
It waits silently in the dark,
and the filth,
waiting for you to drop your guard.

The beast is hungry.
the beast must be fed.
It cannot be defeated,
It cannot be slain.
We live our lives in fear
of the demise
that waits around the corner.

Millions die,
more become ...

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