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Poems by Laura Greenall

Till Death Do Us Part
The contract is over
In death we have parted
I am alone now
Alone and broken hearted

The poison drink is bitter
The pain of it cuts deep
But soon we'll be together
I'll join you in death's sleep

If I should dream then
It will be of you
And now that the time's come
I bid my life adieu

Wait For Me

Crying, through the meadow I run.
In the swamp, saw grass cuts my legs,
Blood flows, streaming.

Despair overwhelms me.
Myriad thoughts fill my head
Like shards of glass through my brain

Hell has no dominion.
The gates are open.
I join you now

CHARLOTTE'S WEB   TO ARTVILLA   Â© 2002 Laura Greenall

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