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Lilly Emery


Poison Roots


Poison Roots / Dark Angel

Closing my eyes to the memory's of what I once known
Dark Angel looks deep within my soul and wont let go,
He see my face of much pain he gave,
Burning my soul of his darkness of his lost ways,
He feel no trace of what love embraced,
Dark Angel only knows is his poison roots,
Dark Angel feeds on the minds on the innocent,
When he kills is like a run to him within,
A hot flashing through the body, enveloping to his brain,
Taken over the mind so that one would loss its control,
And Dark Angel relives what he has done over and over
In his mind what he has done to kill ones soul.
The pain Dark Angel bring into ones life will never end
With out some kinda fight and lose ones life,
Slicing and dicing the the heart and mine is what Dark Angel
Does best until their is nothing left, Not caring what words he speak,
Temptation of your memory is what he feeds on.
Just another wound to add to the collection,
Choosing your soul to make you lose all control of what is right in
Your life, he will break you down and walk you around like
Some kinda clown that gets pushed around.
I'm your nightmare of ever dream of dreams Dark Angel sings.

Lilly Emery

Submitted: Saturday, November 15, 2014

Topic of this poem: dark


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