My Fatality

by Jennifer RIP Lesthat Hayden   Feb 15, 2010

Hear the color of black and white,
and feel this absent soul.
See the dark within the light;
walk on this burning coal.

It feels as if you've slipped away,
into another place.
I'd beg you to forever stay,
but I can't find your trace.

The burning embers of my eyes
have yet found time to cease.
I keep tight these fiery cries
and yearn for their release.

As I reach out and touch the air
I feel cold reality.
There is always nothing there,
that's my fatality.


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  • 13 years ago

    by ilikepurple222

    I added this piece as one of my favorites. feeling like you're losing someone and you feel like there's no possible way of getting them back. it's all over. life, love, meaning. great write :)