ivor or ivor.e hogg
Involuntary Suicide? - Poem by ivor or ivor.e hogg
The sound of silence echoing.
Beneath a sky of cloudless blue.
You find the silence threatening.
I know I would if I were you.
Hough you can run you cannot hide
You must have known I'd hunt for you.
Your only choice is suicide.
To kill yourself before I do
My daughter's dead but you still live
You killed my child and then you fled.
I can't forget I won't forgive.
My only aim to see you dead.
Now you are dead I'm satisfied.
Sunday,19 August 2012
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