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Grave

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Grave

Unheard cries raise from my grave.

 

Demons reaching,

 

Satan's caressing.

 

Darkened dirt moist with rain.

 

My tombstone caving in,

 

Can't you hear?

 

The pain heard through my screams?

 

Safe me daddy!



NO that you cannot.

 

You are the one who put me here.

 

Forget my corpse.

 

With its withered skin and hopeless faith.

 

Night after night with your drunken rage,

 

Hateful words.

 

Unbroken damage.

 

You didn't love me,

 

I was just another thing to hit or touch.

 

So you could feel.

 

But now you are weeping.

 

Crying for me?

 

White roses on my grave.

 

The slaughtered innocence



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