Tears of sorrow ...

Rookie (i have died a long time ago, yet i still walk in the living / I was born in darkness)

Death Is Here, To Night - Poem by Tears of sorrow ...

Time, I saw last night,
as in my dream
a clock in my sight
2, I said last night,
without a though
I have no rezon why
Die, I heard in my sleep
as I wake to see
I feel a dark light behind me

A dark rode covers my eyes
as it pull me behind
I fear that I might have to hide
I ture to see why
he had no life
I lost fear that night
I smile happily this night

'I am Death, here to claim
this sorrow pain, under your name
Fear less, that I'll save
your soul, out of this
world of pain'

A tear fell as I saw his might
'Finally, I shell die to night'
As I opened my arms wide
I have waited so long, for this time
' say good night to your family, that this will be the last time'
I ran to the rooms
which my dears sleep so good

'Mommi, good night, death is here tonight! '
run back to my room
good he is still here, he hasn't left my room
'Come, don't worry
I'll be your guied
It's time to die....'


Comments about Death Is Here, To Night by Tears of sorrow ...

  • (8/5/2007 11:14:00 AM)


    this poem is very deep and have meaning. thats why i enjoy reading them. (Report) Reply

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  • (4/24/2007 8:21:00 AM)


    great writing, thanks for sharing (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 20, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 18, 2010


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