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Suicide Retribution
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TITLE (EDIT)
Suicide Retribution
DESCRIPTION
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[129 words]
AUTHOR
Samara
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
The wounds are hidden so you cannot feel the pain
For I have chosen the path of misery and sorrow

And my skin will continue to wither and decay
My happiness is »¤«SeVered»¤«
[August 2006]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
[email protected]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (7)
Blasphemy Impotence (Poetry) - [156 words]
Blindness In Sight (Short Stories) Sometimes we see too much, to see anything at all. . . [940 words]
Feed The Cold (Poetry) - [117 words]
Ghost In Time (Poetry) Will I be anything more then a ghost in time. [203 words]
Please Daddy Please (Poetry) Loosing someone to a mental dissability... [103 words]
Severed (Poetry) - [138 words]
Yours. . . (Poetry) If I Could Be What You Wanted. . .What Would I Really Be In The End. . . [96 words]
Suicide Retribution
Samara

A sullen though is the night’s veil that does fall
As the inky black spills another nightmare calls
Darkness forming a prison I know I can’t escape
Living in despair, in hopeless agony I wait
Watching the stars feint with a faltering fire
Standing on the edge of this world I quickly tire
Something else beckons, calling from beyond
Promises to love me for every time I’ve been wronged
Huddled in the corner, crying to myself
Knowing I could have fixed this
If only I had reached for help
But time has passed and formed the years
That did plague me in my sleep
Knowing time has run out against me
I take the whispers words to keep
You won’t ever find me, however hard you look
The toll of life has played it part
And it was my soul it took
      
      
      

 

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"Hey Samara, I really liked this. It's very well written and the wording is great! I can relate to this peice very well... keep up the good work :)" -- Amy Anderson, Newcastle, Australia.
"I really like this, it's dark and really well written (not that I am an expert. :)" -- Tamsin.
"Samara, wow! This piece is well written and I can feel the emotion." -- Pam.

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© 2005 Samara
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
November 2005
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