Haunting - Poem by Brianna Stuckey
Nothing remains, only the remains remain.
If it all that remains, why does she still feel the pain?
A sleaze, she thinks of him as dead.
Let go now, no reason to hold onto a bloodstained thread.
Falling, Falling, Falling just as the rain as it never stops raining.
Nothing will ever remain, only the body remains are still remaining.
The years have gone, Oh how many years.
Her dreams have grown despite her fears.
Though she still yells in the night, moaning and covering her ears.
Waiting for his ghost to return, to wipe away her stinging tears.
Hide... for the beauty she brings will kill us all as she nears.
Our years are over now say your prayers and count back the years.
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