Ryan Taylor


Gothic Funeral


Let there be black roses
With thorns as sharp as a sword
Let there be ravens and crows
Screeching in agony
Let the reaper stand over
My grave like a guardian angel
Let there be wolves
Surrounding my tomb
Ah yes this is indeed
A most gothic funeral

Submitted: Friday, March 29, 2013
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