Tin Mouse


Death Will Never Be The Same - Poem by Tin Mouse

Long Gone Living Heart
Thought life was good
Until You died in my arms
Why did you leave?
Why did you go?
Maybe you will know
When the time comes

Blood rolling down
The arms of you drop
Cold nothing left
Trying to pull myself together
Trying to bring you back
Nothing good will ever come
Not when your gone

Letting go, Letting life slip
Death Drawing near
Close enough to touch
Bloody Claws
Blood drawn eyes
Darkness Srounds you
He grabs you
I grab you and wont let go

Taking me by the hair
The darkness wins
Pulls me with you
Working hard to save
HUMANITY
Winning by an inch
Winning by lifes brave soul

Dark cloke of heavy fog
Dark cloke of heavy storm
Dark life of lost loved one
Dark evil Taking her
Wont let her go
My best friend
Living in dawn living in slow time
Death to blood in hands
Bloody Claws Scartch again
Death of breaking toll
LIVING WITHOUT YOU WILL NEVER BE THE SAME! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 14, 2011



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