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Kasey Hill – Author & Poet

Poetry: Eternal Slumber

What happens if I do not wake tomorrow

But lay in an eternal slumber?

Who’s eyes would fill with tears

That would fall to a bitter end?

Who would latch onto my arm

Yelling my name into my lifeless ears?

What happens if this eternal slumber

Was unknowing and fast

There was no time to say goodbyes

No time to heal the hurtful words of past

What happens when this eternal slumber

Breaks down your foundation of strength?

Your hands gently touch my face

And you fall to your knees

You heart shredding in pain

What happens when this eternal slumber

Breaks apart your blissful life

You no longer find happiness

You no longer laugh in the wind

What happens when this eternal slumber

Doesn’t move you from your spot

You stand there with no emotion

You stand there in no strife

What happens when this eternal slumber

Was just a test of you?

And with your actions you failed horribly

And have shown me what I must do

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This entry was posted on July 3, 2015 by in Writing and tagged , , .
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