Marisa Santana

Rookie (6/19/92 / Phoenix, Arizona)

Garden Of Shadows - Poem by Marisa Santana

Out in my garden and shrewn all around my flowers
My flowers fade into the ground so that all the world may see
the misery thy put through thee in my room thrown on the bed screaming and yelling till i lie dead
do not mourn thee do not moure the
for I have cause so much misery
Clouds come to me and set thee free
free from this world that I have grown to hate
It is not to late to hope for change in this world
but the chances of that are not great
Thy shall not cry for the dead
for death comes as a gift
Letting us leave this world full of pain and misery
without peace or serenity, or do we
leave and die in vein?

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 2, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 21, 2011

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