Moonlight Sonata


Many Years Ago - Poem by Moonlight Sonata

Sitting In A Darkened Room
Thinking I'm Escaping Soon
But Here She Comes It's Time To Hide
I Can Hear That Cursed Stride
As I Cringe I Know She's Mad
Knowing That Tonight Will Be Bad.

Not Fast Enough- For I Am Caught
Being Called Wicked Names
Fat, Ugly, And Much, Much Worse
No Pain Is Felt- My Bodies Numb.

As She Hits Me One More Time
One Last Thing She Stops To Say
'Do Us A Favor- End It Today
No One Cares So Do I Soon.'

It Began Many Years Ago
That Little Darkened Room
And That Is Where It Ended
Where I Tied The Noose.

Maybe In The Next Life
I'll Have Control Of My Time
Unlike Now Where I am Caged
You Just May Find This Sad
Although I Do Not.

I Hope That She Is Happy-
Awful Mother of Mine
My Last Fleeting Thought
And Then I Just Died.

Though I'm Dying Fast
Completed That Impossible Final Task
Now I'm At Peace At Last
R.I.P And That I'll Do


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 19, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, May 20, 2011


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