Tag Archives: Death
You need to be patient, dad always cautioned her. She was damn tired of hearing about his so-called wisdom. His talk of patience did nothing to save mom. He kept asking Cad to have some faith, that Guide and the … Continue reading
The corpse was as wet and musky as a dog rolling through his filth. The cold, frigid rain washed over it like it was part of the alleyway. The lifeless hobo’s eyes were fixed upon the worn, red brick wall … Continue reading
Let your lungs suffocate against the sordid air, And cause your hand to raise high in despair. Unable to breath as glass smoke pours down, Causing you to swim in the air, only to drown. Melting roses grate down your … Continue reading
It’s gonna kill me. A terminal illness that floats over my head. It’s gonna claim me. Like it’s setting up my death bed. There’s no stopping it, No moving it, As it claws and gnaws at my insides, Scraping and … Continue reading
If I died, would you cry? Tears streaming down your innocent, little eyes? The corpse before you cold and still, Never again to move at will.
Elegant Red Rose; Truly, does it mean romance? All the petals fall.