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To My Mother (standard:other, 198 words)
Author: WalkerAdded: Feb 19 2007Views/Reads: 1991/0Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
a feeling of guilt has rooted within the author and he wants the confess to his mother about...


Dear Mother, I'm not the one you foresee for a future, bright &
unclouded. I'm the forsaken, an undependable, scarred composure who has 
been dead for a long while now. 

This body I carry, this figure I portray is a corpse in a wedding dress
which from a distance appears to be a beauty, but as one approaches, 
the true assassination is fully displayed. A walking zombie, tanned & 
butchered to the soul is all this body is. 

The sun for me now is a curse; the moon is a blinding because the leaves
of my memories, good & bad, have now fallen. The death unintentional, 
the past unforgiving lies beside me & strokes my head each time I try 
to close my eyes. I can't sleep; it's getting hard to breathe, with no 
one to hold me tonight. I bleed just to know I'm mortal but the blood 
is frozen in my veins. I'm so cold. 

The screams are audible & the death is visible to all but communication
is just a one-way process. Silence is unavoidable and I'm captured in a 
vicious circle. I'm waiting for emancipation & my nirvana is 
awaited.... LONG GONE...... 


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