Aaron Tilton

Death Do Us Part - Poem by Aaron Tilton

Do you live with grief
Explain all your beliefs
At the dawn of my sins
The bloodshed never ends
Hear the crimson tide waves

Domestic fury as havoc sways
Over the sea's Posiden desires

Uttered forgiveness as ships set fire
So forgiveness not given he takes all their lives

Posiden speaks clearly of how we will strive
A twinkle of hope struck down by his trident
Roming the deeps because your defiant
To all, Death do us part.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 20, 2010

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