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Through A Glass Darkly
Author: Hellsing

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pain is love, and love is pain,
a darkened photo in a silver frame,
memories of a love since past,
a memory of life that's gone so fast.

a faded portrait in a darkened frame,
an image of two, no longer the same,
once a couple, now alone,
a faded image, a broken home.

memories of a faded past,
a relationship not meant to last,
through a glass darkly, so they say,
the memories of many, fade to gray.

it lasts forever, they say love does,
but now we see it cant because,
you grow apart or one of us dies,
or one decides to live with lies.

------- Author's Notes -------

a poem that details how i feel: alone, dark, and cold. saddened by memories, and never living for the day, remembering that life goes on and on, regardless of how you feel.

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Comments on this poem/writing:

Meridian (205.188.116.142) -- Tuesday, April 27 2004, 04:54 pm

Amen!

Good job Hellsing! I want to see the movie "Hellsing" when it comes in the video stores....lol! Your "dark thoughts" poem/message is so true, because that's how a lot of relationships end up....That's terrible...But on the other hand, there are some relationships that last as long as a stale piece of bubblegum! And that's wonderful isn't it hellsing? Have a beautiful, hot, joyous, creative day, like I'm doing right now!! (Smile)

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