Nick Minda

Disappearance - Poem by Nick Minda

Eyes, drenched
Dress, soaked
Arms, horrific
Legs, battered
He raped and beat you till your breath evaporated into the midnight moon
Not having a slice of decency to leave your torn skin behind
You were discovered in the sewers with the red eyed rats
Green pale skin, or what was left of it
They brought me to the morgue and the sight blew my heart to the next dimension
Tears busted as I dropped to the cold tiled floor
I slid down the wall patiently
I gasped for air and swallowed my tongue
Only to find you in a body bag
Years have pasts and minutes have flew
Now I am right here beside you
Shall we be together for eternity

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 7, 2010

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