Danielle Huffman

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Death Becomes Me - Poem by Danielle Huffman

Death will be coming for me soon
I can feel it make its presence
Its rots my heart and destroys my soul
Death doesn’t want me to see
my daughter grow
It doesn’t want me to grow
wiser and old
It holds me in the grips of misery
brings on this sadness
makes me cold
I welcome to see it for Death becomes me
I can’t wait to be its pawn
its my ultimate destiny
It loves me better than anyone can
Its better than feeling hopeless
and depressed
So take me and kill me
do what you want
Just take away this pain that dwells in my heart

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 30, 2007



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