Hanna Elina Salo


It - Poem by Hanna Elina Salo

It looks at me,
still breathing.
When I'm exhaling,
it inhales,
like inhaling the life out of me
to get back to this world
and to get me out of it
like for a revenge.
Looking at me
telling to me;
I'll steal your life
like you tried to steal mine.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 9, 2010



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