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Blackest Meadow of Greed

Soft green satin dress, silky to my touch
Purple hair raining down on her pale face
Glittering silver glowing in the moonlight
I gently take her body in one last embrace

Dull eyes open wide, lashes outlining the blue
Arms limp by her side, nails a blackish midnight
Feet peeking out with delicate grace and beauty
I lay her down, her face bathed in clouded light

Lips rosy red desire, soft to my fingers caress
Slender body still giving of a deathly shadow
Puddle of life a deep scarlet beneath her head
I let go of her hand as she lay in this green meadow

Tears of angry sorrow, cold on my masked face
Heart an ache of once was living and full of joy
Body trembling under my skin cold and wet
I stood up like a young innocent blue-eyed boy

Rumpled dirty brown clothes, rubbing against me
Legs buckling and collapsing letting me slowly fall
Nose dripping, screams escaped my captivated throat
I pierced my hand into the ground and began to crawl

Head faced to south, as I refused to take a look back
Misery shining brightly in the grasping hold of night
Ragged breathing escaping my bloody cracked lips
Looking up praying for my love who had lost the fight

by CutMeOpenWide
posted on 03/18/2011

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Comments: 3

Comment by demonmagic: Nov 15, 2011 11:17 am
Excellent! Just popped in to see what you've been up to and Open smile Open smile Open smile
Never stop being amazing.
Comment by Evoken: Apr 16, 2011 2:03 am
Interesting, good jobSmiley
Comment by MrQuixotic: Mar 18, 2011 8:29 pm
Woah. Very descriptive.
Juicy poem. . . tasty, if I may say so. Also, a pleasing image to my mind, which is strange because the main idea of the poem is sad and painful.
But, whatever, I liked it.

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