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Author Name: Freela-la908 1 Comments
Date Added: August 21, 2007 01:08:41 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Death's Dark Cloak
So I sit here now, Not caring if I break. Itís all my fault, Donít worry, my mistake.   How dare I trust you? Even though you loved me, Love is a powerful thing, It set me free.   I'm so free That I cannot fall, I tower above you, Like a mountain so tall.   So I lay here now, Knowing I have broke. Covered in a cold stillness, By deaths dark cloak.
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Comment By: Freetripp on September 18, 2007 10:03:10 AM Report
im not the comenting type because i never know what to say but i like this poem it was good


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