Vania Vermel

To: Eric Vermel - Poem by Vania Vermel

You live you breath, you try to lie nad back again to the start.
You pray and fake and every mistake you attempt to hide.
You lay inside never again wanted to be seen yet you lean over the abbys and say your goodbyes, and more than you death line you awake. 'What more do you want? ' you look up and say, no answer no response because to god you're dead. Wings on the ground and maps all around the angels have disappeared before I hit the groung, then I heard the sound of hit. It was my heart's shell hitting the ground and so my heart felt to the floor as It could not be bound, I held my anger and envy for much more too long but before I'm gone I must speak to your soul. Not just lonely as I sing my song I pray over you dreams hoping you sing along, and as you do I notice that I've cast a spell you repeated what I said so now you can go to hell; your body and soul they're now mine be careful on your way out don't let the door hit you in the ass....

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 28, 2010

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