Six feet under
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amandarSomewhat a lost writer
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Six feet under

by amandar

Give me the will to carry on

My body will never feel like home

I see shades of red and hollow eyes

Every little thing withers, then slowly dies

I'm drowning somewhere at the bottom of the Pacific ocean

I'm six feet under buried in wet rubble completely frozen

If I'm as good as dead

Why am I so damn scared?

I open my eyes I feel my sheets they're still dry

Just for once I believe its not my time to die

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bernardtwindwilGold CommaGranddad & story teller,
10 months agoReply
I loved it. Point, counter-point, resolution. Evocative of film noire. Great job!!