Dylan Brown

Rookie (february 12 1993 / greely)

Kill The Soul Softly - Poem by Dylan Brown

Torn apart and left for dead
lieing in a darkened corner
my heart is filled with pain and dread,
What am i to you?
just a lost foreinger...

I put my love and trust into you
but in the end i fell flat on my face
emotions in me growing few,
the end to my life is now a race.

But a shining glimmer of hope
protrudes from behind this darkened glass
I must be on some kind of dope
its here for a moment only to pass

my love is lost,
my emotions fade
it will cost me my life,
and one blade

the blood drips
down my arm
I start to wake
Because of my alarm

Another life
another day
another part, dead in me.

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  • Make A Wish (10/6/2008 9:48:00 PM)

    thats raw emotions, (and its Stephanie Bunda if u didn't kno i comment on alot of poems, and urs are all really good) (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 6, 2008

Poem Edited: Monday, October 6, 2008


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