Kaitlyn Byington

Rookie (08-12-1996 / Framingham)

Death (Longer Version) - Poem by Kaitlyn Byington

Lying down in the summer sun,
I relized how I've already won,
The death of many...

My peers,
My enimies,
My friends,
But wait,
What friends?

Even so,
All dead,
In a pool of shattered souls,
blood, everywhere.

No matter what we do,
Death shall be the most peaceful,
The most wonderful things in our lives.
Or shall I say, the end?

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 9, 2010

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