Medusa Waves

Freshman - 671 Points (September 14 / Dallas)

Woman Of Defeat - Poem by Medusa Waves

The cold day cannot dry out the warmth of my heart
it cannot disembody my limbs or head apart
But a simple man can burn out my flame
A simple man can make my body lame
What a shame to womankind i have become
A woman, like me, to this world is not welcome
Burn me alive, for im-but a waste of life
Break off my head with the sharpest blade or knife
Dont bother to burry me by the holy church
Leave me by the old tree, by a rock to perch
And dont tell anyone what my name was
Or what has lead to my final cause

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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 6, 2010

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