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Poem that I had to write for class...





Masochistic Tendencies
I had to write this poem for class in ten minutes following certain rules. Rolling Eyes

Night (Juliet 3.2)

Day yawns as night unfolds reaching out boldly
To embrace day in a woven cloth.
Tugging over it a veil of stillness
That puts life itself silently on pause.
Emptiness has filled the day with sorrows longings.
Night breathes so coldly and heartless, such a sharp opposite of day
That it dishonestly claims to create complete perfection.
Almost convincing itself of its own lies
And yet it seems, that without day the night prevails
Under a loose rein of despair.
And yet in mid-hours of day the two merge,
To face each other.
Shadows cloud and bleed the lines of regret and impossibilities.
And stillness and longing give way to aimless lusting and a hidden
Wanting to be together masked under hatred.
~Aaron
dray101
I had to do this poem for school
~~~

I was at school
teaching one day
When I heard screams
not far away

I rushed in though
the wooden door,
A kid was lying
on the floor

A boy stood there
above him
He was holding a knife
and a nasty grin

His eyes were ablaze
his hair wild
The boy below him
wailed, cried

He shuffled forward
with the knife
I was scared that someone
would die that night

I told him 'Stop!'
'put it down'
He finally dropped it
to the ground

I looked at him
he looked at me
His eyes cried out
'Save me!'

~~~
My english teacher called it "Disturbing" and "Psychotic"
lol Very Happy
Masochistic Tendencies
Lmao I can imagine why, but it really was good. Loved the ending.
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