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charlotte marie peachey

Rookie (03-06-1990 / portsmouth uk)

his castle, her prison


Memorized by his charms,
He captured her heart and soul.
With a promise of lasting love,
He placed upon her head a crown.

Adoration gleaming in his eyes,
He introduced her to his friends.
Proclaiming her his Princess
Vowing always to be her Prince.

The crown placed upon her head
Became one forged of fear and pain
With the promise of more to come,
His Castle became her Prison.

Light turned to darkness,
Gloom would come to visit.
His charms turned to rage.
Her heart and soul prisoner.


Release sought from despair,
She turned within herself.
Seeking relief from her Hell.
By ending her suffering on earth.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 06, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, April 06, 2010

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