Frozen Beauty

Rookie (April 6th / Minnesota)

Too Late - Poem by Frozen Beauty

pull me in with
unique deceptions;
throw me out some
irksome rejections;
fear me now in
silent conceptions.
you don't know who
you've corrupted;
your face will bloody
my knuckles;
but I won't feel a thing.
scream at me with
seething pain;
cry for me some
acidic rain;
plead with me in
your disdain.
you can't undo
your judgement;
your much too late
to comment;
but I won't say a thing.
look at me with
mournful eyes;
speak at me some
breathless lies;
fall from me in
blackened skies.
you won't get to lie in
your coffin;
your mother will come by
quite often;
but I won't know a thing.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 15, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 25, 2011

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