Shadow Hamilton

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Flurry Of Death - Poem by Shadow Hamilton

The world is over
the sun burns high
and all heaven and hell are left to die
the stars are gone
my life is through
but that will never stop me from loving you
Life is tolled
and I am broke
As I wait for the midnight stroke
When it is over
and the world is gone
We saw our last dawn
We will rebuild with what we have left
If there is no more life
Than death we will kiss
Never forget that I love you
and that it will never die
Because all I can say is that we did try

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 7, 2005

Poem Edited: Tuesday, June 7, 2005

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