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Evey Vendetta


Darkness In The Woods


its 8: 38 and darkness falls
i stare out the window
watching as the snow falls

but is it snow or is it rain
it is not one but its is both
combined together

this makes the ground cold and sleek
ice shiny as glass paves the roads
animal prints in the snow

the darkness is quite or as so it seems
if you Liston oh so carefully
you here the wind whistling

animals scurrying from tree to tree
in the woods you do not see them
but they are there watching you
watching your every move

Submitted: Thursday, January 31, 2013

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