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Posted by Bsklgn on August 4, 2016 at 2:35 AM

Through smog and smoke

Past the bleeding oak

Beneath a misty cloak

Is where she did choke

I found her upon the grass

Her eyes shown like frosted glass

Her limp body, forgotten brass

Who could do this to such a lass?

Whispers came from the wood

I crept closer than I should

In the distance a tall man stood

His face obscurred by a hood

And with a shout he ran away

Farther and farther from his prey

I called for him to stop and stay

But he seemed to vanish at break of day

A sad misfortune out girl lies dead

Even worse her killer fled

All through town tears were shed

We must ne weary where we tread 

Categories: POET'S OPEN BLOG, Bsklgn

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Reply Tammy Hendrix
2:02 PM on August 16, 2016 
I like the rhythm and rhyme. It's nice to see you still posting after all this time.