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Author Name: Freerandy johnson 0 Comments
Date Added: April 08, 2007 15:04:58 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The Train
I sit here crying because I'm in a lot of pain.
My life was destroyed yesterday when my wife was killed by a train.
She thought she would beat the train but she was wrong.
Now I'm in misery because the woman who I loved is gone.
The train tore her car to pieces and killed her instantly.
I don't want to live anymore because of this agony.
When people try to beat trains, some of them die.
If you see a train coming, beating it is something you shouldn't try.
Author's Notes:
This is a fictional poem but this really does happen to people.
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