James John Williams


The Lonly End - Poem by James John Williams

I just want to be alone,
away from the rest,
to think about what’s to come,
of me I don't know if its for the best,
I lay down the blade,
I will not cut for the rest of my life,
As I've ended it all today,
the blood is dripping slowly
From this dull piece of meat

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 15, 2005



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