sabrina helphrey


what drives you to the end


tears of pain and sorrow continue to fall for what seems forever
no hope of light or happiness can be seen in the distance
only the endless cutting into the heart till it is split open
little possibility of removing the cold sharp knife that cuts on
then light starts forming cracks in the endless tunnel walls
only enough light to leak hope into the dark soul but
not enough to light the tunnel so that it's possible for sight
more and more light leaks into the soal and the pain disapates
warmth and happines fills the body and soal till nothing else matters
then the shadows sneak up while there is nothing blocking it anymore
evil and darkness surrounds the light and blocks it from the sole
the light withdraws back into the cracks and leaves only darkness
darkness that fills the soal and rips up all that is good and continues
the endless dripping pain the pain that reveals that the dark tunnel will
continue on forever a choice is made and the knife is thrust deeper till
all is still and the bleeding stops all together all of it stops forever

Submitted: Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Edited: Sunday, July 20, 2008
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  • Wendy Bureau (7/18/2008 3:26:00 PM)

    So utterly sad. Sabrina, your writing, with ease hits this reader like a ton of bricks.. Your ability to share the sadest and darkest of emotion is simply astonishing.. My only suggestion would be to try and smooth out the pace of the piece.. But Fantastic work... I look forward to readin' more

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