Requiem To Be Finalized - Poem by Raymond Finnegan
Left undone and devoured.
Grief shaded in smiles and laughs.
A friendship trasnfixed in pills and the stale taste of liqour.
Cacaphony screams emanating from doors.
Throats pour out blackened hearts onto stained love.
Ethereal eyes inebriated with sleep and dissappointment.
Cold winds and frosted lips shorten years of love.
Death comforting the pitied souls that cry.
Thy years cut off.
Parting into another life.
The sun is ever shining. Souls rid of sorrow.
Just a memory to dwell on for eternity.
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