Glenn McGahan

Rookie (1992 / Brattobro, Vermont)

What I'Ve Done - Poem by Glenn McGahan

A mountain of shadow cast down upon this earth
The dispair I feel from this curse

The skys are filled with a black void from hell
The sun never shines and never shall
The aroma of a deathly smell
My life is the meaning of pain an old man withering away in a cell

My life is a lost cause it is a discrace
My life has no mean
My life has no place

I spend these finally hours thinking about all i've done
I spend these finally hour rembering the memorys I shared with my son

If I could would start over just to watch you grown
but I messed up I love you son now its time I have to go


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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 27, 2008

Poem Edited: Saturday, June 28, 2008


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