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Snuff Of Innocence

by D. Sager (writer), In the wind, January 18, 2012

Credit: ardentembrace
Hiding, pulling the dark around like a quilt

Lust on his mind, his tongue tasting the innocence

With the subtly of snakes, he creeps through the grass

Lust on his mind, his tongue tasting the innocence

Peeling the soul away leaving his dying life behind

Pushing his severity on to one left alone

Fear is the knife held to a young neck

Forcing a change, cracking the tender mind

Raising to her feet, looking through the shock

A numbness begins, heaven's after thought to this evil

Vigilance now a trance to see the blurred face of the enemy

Shadows take shape, forever they will chase

Hiding, pulling the dark around like a quilt

This soul will do more than agonize over dead matters

Lay down now you thirsty demon

Shaking herself the young woman becomes a nightmare

first written in: opinionsofeye.com



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D. Sager is a writer for BrooWaha. For more information, visit the writer's website.
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