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Quoth The Raven

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A fall into disparity with a bleeding stone.
Quickly eaten by the torment of words that are not his own.
He was soon nothing but a shell,
A hollow husk of what was once a man.

He looks toward the starlit sky,
Scanning the Heavens for a new home
Catching a glimpse of a winged figure throwing a silhouette against the moon.
He asks the creature, 'When will this agony end? '
With a piercing screech replies the bird,
'Nevermore! '
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Nika Mcguin 23 January 2014
bone chilling, hair raising, and intense. The poem draws you in and leaves you hanging on its every word. It even keeps you thinking, wondering about it long after you've read it. Excellent! ~
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