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condemned man's last gasping, rasping breath,
hands on the noose clasping, grasping- death
(* Tyburn was the site of public hangings in London from the 12th century,
executing everyone from Highwaymen to Clergymen, at what is now Marble Arch)
For contest 'write me a Tyburn', sponsor Kim Rodrigues
24th january 2018
depression, sympathy, teen, time,
The Ending Part of My Life, The Beginning Part Of My Suffering
By: Sami LaRose
The tears are over powering my view
Making it impossible to see into the moonlight
So many noises all around, when I just want peace and quiet.
I look at the spot where you used to lay on my bed, and a tear drips down my face
I can no longer take this, I am breaking down.
So many hidden scars, so many hidden journeys
You were the first one to ever read my diary.
I put my trust in you, knowing I was taking a risk, but at the time I thought it was worth it.
Looking back now, I wouldn’t change a thing
It all happens for a reason
Even if I am miserable now and you are happy
I rather it be that way anyway
anger, angst, bereavement,
Your weaving, thieving thought pattern
Now grieving, heaving stars at Saturn
death, history, sad,
Timing Rhyming Chiming Scorning For whom bell tolls timing rhyming ode Filthy sport chiming scorning the road
Ernesto P. Santiago
life, on writing and words, people, social, sympathy,
Not fake acting feeling from my part
But, true wording singing of my heart
ILLUMINATION OF THE GALLOWS
Sallow-sad priest, hallows gallows, bleak.
Saints enshrined in haloes ~ shallows shriek.
betrayal, depression, emotions, grief,
Falling through Darkness, in soulless strife
There dwells the mindless, Hopeless of life