Melvina Germain

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Bloody Hell - Poem by Melvina Germain

Bloody hell, no teacher, mentor or guide to share...your about to experience the wrath of hell, beware.

To thy innocence ye winds have plunged the depths of my soul, such sadnessborn ten thousandfold.

Rich, yes richer I've come to be after observing dark stains forced on humanity, but strength must come from a belly of steel and long wretched thoughts to thee revealed.

Swing Low Sweet Chariot pull hard the reigns, Abide With Me denounce old pain, Amazing Grace you soothe thy soul, this old torn face break not the mould.

I raise my arms to invisibility, siege much energy from sky and sea. Nothing less, nothing more the universe won't do, harness the love it gives to you.

Unntil my days come to an end, I'll realize my oldest friend is an entity I can not see, but its elements live well within me.

Humans come, humans go, embrace you tight through day and night then let you go. And all the tears that pour thee rain is not enough to hide old pain.

No my love shall never die as fleshless bodies reside beyond God's Golden Sky. One day... is it so...we'll truly meet or see familiarity as we pass each other onthe street.

Who knows the truth, no one can tell. No spirit shares their destiny. Whence the time is yours to come, will you stand looking back at thee. Wave O wave, yes slowly wave and watch thee smile, long from the grave.

Written by: Melvina Germain
Date: Sept.19/2015

Topic(s) of this poem: life

Form: Prose Poem

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 19, 2015

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