Tommy D'Attore

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Oblivion Part 2: Cleo - Poem by Tommy D'Attore

Wandering the world
Cursed to this world
Nobody left
Only soul
My body torn
Head severed
I love him thou
I thought he felt
The same
Cleo, a great man
Until my death
Until the war
I tried to protect
Him but I failed
Hatred flows
Through his veins
Hatred of me
Of Serenity
I love him thou
I love my murderer
And deep inside
I know he loves
Me too
But rage flows
Through his veins
There is no reason
For me to love him
He calls my corps
The Bitter Bitch
The world was he
To me
And once I his
Floating to him
Love you I said
Clinging on, embracing
He cannot tell
Why can he not see me?
Why can he not feel me?
I love you
So I must kill you
Join me Cleo
Free me to Hell
Rio the soul from
Within him
Cleo falls as a corps
Eternal unity for us
Glorious is this
“Afterlife”
Chains from sky and
Ground
I dragged up
He dragged down
I love you I say
“I loathe you” he said
Gone forever
Separated for good.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 22, 2006

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 23, 2006


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