Shane Clawson

2 Souls and a Screamer

Two souls are only here
Explaining the hell we all must face
Seeking the residents of Murlsberry
A daily routine they must live with
Solid hearts were beating
No more emotion to be expressed
Devils or saints of God
But they are still hated

My bloodstream is racing to a climax
Can't breath, can't think to relax
No way of controling myself
Oh how the news has got me
Lost and tempted to end my days
Their words, shrewed and emotionless
And skillfully done in such a manner
A world with cold hearted people
Is not a fairytale, I am dying
My ears are not fooled
But words were said; hurtfull they were

' A day of this, Life is now dying, Souls are lost
Pried within our hearts is the painfull truth
For which we are forced to hear
Foul love you endure was ended as the sinner took flight
From the ledge he onced prayed upon'

Submitted: Wednesday, November 28, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, April 26, 2011

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  • Rookie Tyease Collins (6/22/2008 10:32:00 PM)

    This poem is one of those poems where you can feel the emotion and feel how you felt...I felt that hate...nice

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