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Forsaken
adament
following
footsteps
ticking, tocking
tick tock tick tock
chopstick inflicted
lips
resonating
in
sanity
you watched...me...die
bled
bones
I am now dry
perfection
was once
mine
you stole
my life

icons
of
self
indulgence
we
worshipped
the blood.. red.. queen
sinking
into
prisms of
darkness
I
don't love you
never...
again...
this chapter
is marked empty
revenge...
I am
the glass angel
a figurine
intertwined
with coils
of
past
innocence
purity..
that
you murdered
long
lost
into
the
twilight
my wings
have
been
torn
but only...for a while..
and they will grow back
my strength intact'
and I will fly
haunting
the witches
must be burned
alive
I will have my suicide
I will have my prize.

------
Briggita M.


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The following comments are for "Her dying wish"
by Glass hair of a virgin bride

scary
deep, dark and unbelievably mind blowing, thanks for sharing...Bob:)

( Posted by: poetryman [Member] On: September 15, 2004 )

Awesome !!!
Oh this is too good. Love it.

Thanks~
Char

( Posted by: Char [Member] On: September 16, 2004 )

Briggita
How many ways do I say wow! This is so cold and desolate. It's like a stab to the heart with an ice-blade.
Take care
Paul the Ogg

( Posted by: Ogg [Member] On: October 21, 2004 )





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