Erin Hanson

Rookie (7/6/1991 / Pheonix, Arizona)

Death Calls - Poem by Erin Hanson

Void that your going to stop,
promises keyed in heart.
Trust you,
nothing seems right
face away from those haunting
Back non-facing,
death calls
why dont you go
backtrack a path against me.
Anything to have that
feeling of greatness&warmth.
foreshadowing memories,
tightly held in hand.
you gave it up,
for me and others, yourself, but why.
shall i ask for such forgivness.
you never hurt me,
forever void never going back
trusting you.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 4, 2006

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