Crimson Love

Rookie - 65 Points (18 / Prince Charming)


Take this rope, Tie the nuse,
Finally I'll be of use,
Im ready to take the leap,
I'm ready for my soul release,
I stand upon a chair you once sat in,
Never have I been close to becoming complete,
Finally I'm almost there, My journeys almost complete,
I slip the nuse around my burning neck,
For I can feel the pain even before the pain has begun,
I listen faintly to the birds and what the've sung,
I think of the past, that kept me on the run,
I take the leap, My souls at peace.

Submitted: Saturday, September 17, 2011

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  • Rookie - 125 Points Romeo Della Valle (9/18/2011 12:11:00 AM)

    Luckily, you were able to bury your past and move on, walking through a shiny path that led you into the Poetry World! Congratulation! 10+++ This great, painful (memory) but well penned write clearly shows that poetry runs in your veins! God Bless You! Keep giving more of your talented writes to the whole World! Love and Peace for always! Romeo from NYC.... (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 0 Points Vivek Haldar (9/17/2011 1:36:00 PM)

    Taking leaps seems tempting sometimes...but you know...people regret after they are done with it.....these thoughts keep ringing in your head......nice one.... (Report) Reply

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