The Dark Garden - Poem by Krista Mason
Shedding a tear for the sapphire wind
crying and wailing because of his sin.
Holding her closely in the deepest darkest hole
keeping forever her innocent soul.
Black roses cover her burial site
blocking her eyes from eternal light.
Stretching her hands out toward the sky
reaching for Angels so she can fly high.
But thorns cut her fingers causing more pain
her attempts to escape have been in great vain.
Her screams for help reach no one's ear
she's buried so deep where none can hear.
To look into her eyes, one would think she was blind
for this girl is trapped in her own dark mind.
The soul can be seen through the windows of the eyes,
but in the end, everything dies.
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