Stardust Pills - Poem by Suanny Alejandro
In a desperate moment,
The pills she's holding.
Uncap the stardust,
You stare at with lust.
Take a moment of though,
But in the mist she's caught.
She wonders how much they'll miss her,
'Cause soon death will be the victor.
She secretly hopes that someone will appear,
Hug her, kiss her and shed away her tears.
Is that why you stopped to think?
To buy some time for your prince?
You know it's a stupid thing to do,
But at least some faith is still in you.
I'm afraid thats no enough,
The stardust bottle wont go shut.
Like i said, the pills go down,
So do your tears, that make no sound.
What a quiet death, no sob, no scream,
And soon no heartbeat, your soul will be free.
It seems like time turns slow,
As you wait for your death to show.
An eternity later, you start to feel it creeping,
Pulling you in making you sleepy.
As her eyelids close a tug she feels,
She wonders if that tug was actually real.
Her body no longer touches the floor,
Two arms found her and has her to hold.
Intangible words now she hears,
Her prince so far now so near.
But its too late, death has come,
to get his prey and leave her numb.
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