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Saray Brunette

Rookie (Nov.12th / Green Bay, Wisconsin)

Unfelt Nightmares


Looming ahead of my tearful glance
an enchanted hostess of pain
brings her invisible chains
that bound me in desperation.

Realization obscures my vision
gleaming underneath the glittering stars
in a try to spark an evolution
in my messed up thoughts tonight.

Running across the pages
I feel blood rise through my senses
knotting me into a seductiveness
that makes me numb from inside.

I fear I would choke on my spirit
bleed in a way that one sees
feels pity and then sighs.
I fear the though of deception.

My hallucinations giggle
terrorizing my intuition to rewind
so that I find reasons
why I reflect a solid mind set.

My hazel eyes recoil in horror
I gaze at my hands
they are glistening with crimson
blotting me with stains so vivid.

I weep...
I scream...
you are not leaving
are you?

Sad reality haunts me
I know there is nothing I can do
to channelize my bloody reflection
into unfelt nightmares

Submitted: Wednesday, November 04, 2009
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