Allyson Gordon

Rookie (31 December 1990 / Adelaide)

In Hell - Poem by Allyson Gordon

Watching the blood flow
From this tainted soul
I see your cold face
You’re laughing mockingly
I can’t stand the sight of you
If only you could see the scars
You created within me
If you watched me die
Feel me slip away
Who’d be laughing then?
Tell me, would you be there?
To witness me fall apart?
Well it’s too late now
I’m already drowning
My tears create a flood
That consumes me
Taking my sorrow and pain
Where you cannot harm me
If only you could see
The life flow out of me
My revenge for your sins
I want nothing more
Than to see you weep for me
Grieve forever over my death
I just want you to know
You caused my passing
You helped me cross over
So thank you for making my life hell
Now you have sent me there


Comments about In Hell by Allyson Gordon

  • (7/7/2008 6:52:00 AM)


    Strong! ! ! Heartfelt and a hell of a lot of anger... I love it! ! ! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 14, 2008



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