|Ten Days (standard:poetry, 107 words)|
|Author: A.J. Sutton||Added: Oct 20 2004||Views/Reads: 1745/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Just a poem I did in my free time. It is a little bit of fantasy but not too much.|
Ten days he lay at the bottom, His lips kissing the ground, He was in the void, no movement, no light, No thing to make a sound, These wounds he had no longer burned, or the pain he now didn't feel, His only pain was that of his soul, This was the only pain he knew as real, Ages passed or so it seemed, But ten days had only spanned, The village was gone, no soul was left, Th hero clinched his hand, None could feel the pain he felt, As he laid upon the floor, For only after ten days, All he knew became no more Tweet
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