Seth Proch

The Passing Of Leanne... She Lived, But Only Temporarily

She drown before we met.
Kissing all the boys in the forest by the pond.
Life wouldn't be the same after that summer.
The roar of distant traffic.
Appearances serene and deceiving.
Preaching to a choir of unholy angels.
She was my friend, if only for a moment.
Black water filled her tortured frame.
The sign said 'No Swimming'.
I disregarded it and dove headlong after.
We never spoke again.

Feb.18,2007

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 16, 2007
Poem Edited: Tuesday, February 15, 2011

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