Death's Shadow (5/15/95 / vermont)
Inflicting Pain, and Healing Love
A bruise shows bellow her eye,
a painful reminder to walk the line.
A heated passion burns bright,
shading her decisions with red.
A love heals the wounds inflicted by mother,
and wraps her in a protective cloak.
Submitted: Monday, September 26, 2011
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