Author: Crimson Angel


Once upon a dream
Fate clinging to what dwells
Shadows face the gallows
Wind whispering its tells

No matter what the bond
Break not be on the done
Loneliness remains inside
The heart for the lonely one

In long proclaims of eloquence
Pursuasion of the mind
Darkness flows in empty eyes
Solitude is what is hoped to find

Death is seen beyond miles
In this perspective hostile way
Hoping for a day to be finally set free
Though stubborn mind, not easily to sway


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hue jazz ( -- Thursday, February 12 2004, 10:17 pm


great poem
Crimson Angel ( -- Monday, March 29 2004, 09:51 pm

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