Trenton Davis

Moon Of Death

It Shines Dimly In The Night,
Just Enough To See That There Is Nothing To See,
Just Her Lips To Mine,
And My Knife,
Clutched Behind Her Back,
In My Hand,
Ready To End It All,
Just One Move And I Can Forget Her,
Just One,
I Bring My Knife Back,
Ready To Puncture Her Heart,
The Heart I Am About To Break,
Then She Screams,
But Only For A Second,
Then I Whisper In Her Ear,
'It Will Be Over Soon',
As Tears Come Down Her Face,
Blood Out Of Her Chest,
All Over Me,
I'm Crying Too,
Why Did I Do This,
She Was My Only Love,
And I Killed Her,
In The Dim Moonlight.......

Poem Submitted: Friday, February 20, 2009
Poem Edited: Monday, March 16, 2009

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Comments about Moon Of Death by Trenton Davis

  • Broken Soul (5/21/2010 1:48:00 PM)

    i love your poems. their all dark. i love dark stuff. all of the ones that i have read so far are about death. i like your poems a lot. im one of you new fans lol

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  • Trenton Moody (12/30/2009 10:40:00 PM)

    FIRST OFF Edgar Allan Poe may have been one of the best poets of his time he is my absolute favorite poet ever! ! ! ! ! and i love Tell tale heart he kills the man just cause his eye creeps him out as far as puncuation goes i dont use any i hate it unless i feel it absolutely nessessary but dont change the way you right cause of someone write how you feel comfortable lol

    Oh ant i love love love this poem it made me cry now you know it's good when you can make someone cry

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  • Damion Charles (3/20/2009 11:01:00 AM)

    Hello. I am a friend of Trenton and I would just like to tell you to tell your friends about the poem. Thanks!

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  • John Perdue (2/20/2009 2:48:00 PM)

    ya pretty good dude, but not to hate or nothing it's a lil depressing. I like though the way you wrote it and described wat you're feeling.

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