Count Dracula


Cause Of Death? - Poem by Count Dracula

I am sorry,
What may have happened?
That would cause such pain
This breach of understanding
I may never believe
But in my heart I know
That eternity has a meaning

To some the end is happiness
But to most a fate awaits
That sheds a light of death
Upon such a noble cause
That may indeed
Be death
Death of love and trust

In this eternity to pass
I shall find my end
However shall I begin?
Begin to die?
My first step shall be
To love another again
To find that place
The place of pain
Eternal mist of heartache
The fog upon my brain
So queasy am I
That death becomes
A welcome sign.


Comments about Cause Of Death? by Count Dracula

  • (6/4/2011 10:01:00 PM)

    perhaps 'cause of life? '
    seems like u long to go back to where it ended,
    'to love another again, ' 'find that place of pain'
    but in the final analysis
    'death becomes a
    welcome sign.'
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 2, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, June 6, 2011


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