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Dear sweet love
Death, my soul mate
far too shy to approach

Longing for an embrace
spooned and cuddled tightly
urn or casket
it matters not where our bed lay

Fearful not of the nothingness of your bosom
but of what secrets you hold
behind your calling eyes

To rush to your side
my dark blushing bride




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by rancidsauce

I Cannot Imagine Death
Death is...
What she is...
Or is she really...?

( Posted by: awhippingflame [Member] On: March 10, 2012 )

Better the Devil





Better the Devil you Know than the Devil you Don't

Death is not the easy door
the answers that it brings
Seen it opened many times
harps and chords n "Things"

Seen all the pain to get there
It's much better go to France
Just learn another language
maybe get a second chance

There’s no angel's up in heaven
for who could pay their wage
It's you will have to do the work
not the butler or the page

There is no free lunch anymore
since you up and left your mum
You got that lonely task of DIY
master of how life should run

Then dreaming ain't no crime
But dreams are for the living
When you're "Dead n Buried"
there might be no forgiving






( Posted by: Fairplay [Member] On: March 10, 2012 )





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