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Chelsea Pace

Rookie (1994-present / atx)

Fallen Darkness

You are the fallen dark angel,
angel of death as u may be called,
i called ur name the other day,
to say i am ready to prove my love,
love that is ready to be taken from u,
taken u have done and smashed it to pieces,
how could u,
i thought we had something,
something no one else could ever have,
then i finally realized that u,
the dark angel,
also called angel of death,
is the devil himself,
i have made a comitment,
with the devil himself.

Submitted: Thursday, January 03, 2008

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  • Rookie Ashley Wade (1/3/2008 10:34:00 PM)

    hey there you again i just comented on your other poem that was good but i kinda like this one much better.
    good work.
    i think of you know who he broke my heart and never gave it back you know.
    i can't really get over him because he took my heart you know?
    ashley. (Report) Reply

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