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SWEPT BY THE TIDE (standard:poetry, 1295 words)
Author: Danny ErinAdded: Apr 05 2017Views/Reads: 94/43Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
15 DARK POEMS
 



SWEPT BY THE TIDE 

DANNY ERIN 

15 POEMS 

Swept By The Tide 

Ambushed Again 

My Lonely Bed Awaits 

Soul Debt 

Deep Water 

What's Your Favourite Tree? 

One Big Mistake 

Safe In The Master's Hands 

Endurance Tests 

A Waste Of Breath 

Misery 

Three Words 

Over The Edge 

Woke Up Screaming 

Mother Sea 

SWEPT BY THE TIDE 

It's usually on 

an endless wet Sunday 

when it gores into me 

like a bull 

that she's gone 

forever, 

no more 

together 

and I will never feel 

so unbelievably good 

again. 

Learning how to settle 

for this half-life 

and most of it 

merely a sham 

because it's not 

with her. 

Swept by the tide 

to this point 


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