Tommy D'Attore

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Acompishment - Poem by Tommy D'Attore

There is nothing here
All hard work
Wasted for naught
So much
Battled, searched
Done everything
Just for today
Searched you out
All this
For nothing
I arrived
Nothing here
Sword stabbed
Through back
Cuts and gashes
Covered body
You’d left
You’re broken promise
Was the one
The blade
That pierced thy
You’re failure
To stay put
Killed me, it did

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 22, 2006

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