megan watts

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Death Is A Sweeter Sound - Poem by megan watts

The sharpness back in my hand
Cant say I've done this in a while
Do I take it to my wrist
And let it bleed, just let it be vile
The light reflecting off it
So silver and bright
Do I dare?
For I no longer care
Right now
Death Is A Sweeter Sound

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 3, 2006

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