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Consumption part 2

by Sage Bruce
copyright 09-03-2005


Age Rating: 10 +
Consumption part 2
Picture Credits: I drew it


He decides,
He will do what he must,
All for the girl he loves,
Surrender his soul,
For her.

He just hopes she'll still love him as a lifeless doll,
That she will still feel the tingling high she used to when in his arms,
Or the heart pounding sensation that only comes with his kiss.

A love unrequited, but still there in the end.
He consciously reminds himself that he will be apart of her heart till it stops beating,
Whispers a teary 'I love you' under his breath,
Then takes the plunge into her.

He promises to himself,He will always protect her.
She swore to him to love him forever,
This is testing that love,
But he has faith because he is the one just for her.

To be continued...






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        10-10-2005     Anthony Lane Stahlhut        

This is true love. To be able to give of one's self for the love of another. Nice, Anthony

        09-07-2005     Regina Pate        

O my God. I love it. So much emotion, wow.

        09-04-2005     Sam Hackel-Butt        

Love has to be the most powerful emotion, surviving everything, and beating time and death. What people do for love, can sometimes be scary. To die for someone is the ultimate proof of undying love, but useless, as that person goes away, leaving the heart vulnerable to love another. A great poem, with an awesome picture. Do you mind if I color it on the computer and thens end it to you? I really like it!

        09-04-2005     Sage Bruce        

No one wants to read my beautiful poem! WWWWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH :'(



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