Condemed to death? (hell no)- A semi-cheerful poem by a dark soul

Saving her i so pledge

So, i have been writing for a while. And i have tried alot to write about a cheerful topic. Well, i guess this is as far as i reached.

Well, i know this poem has a gloomy mood but i guess the last verse changes it all and brings hope and faith.Anyhows, i found myself trying to cheer up some people but i guess this is as far as i went. This poem is short that is true, and i don't think people would criticize it for its length or content..To me, i find it a little more symbolic and cheerful ( i don't really know why).

Any ways, sicne school started i had no time to write and enjoy my little black pen. But i promise as soon as i get a break or a vacation i will be back on hubpages . It reall

Condemned to death??


Broken hearts

Shattered dreams

Covered with blood

watching a flood

of thoughts stream through her eyes

The girl with a broken smile is disguise

Forced to fake a broken smile


A dagger plunges through her heart while

poison rushes through her viens. pain

pours like deadly rain

Digging into the hollowness

bringing more madness

Pushing her off the edge

Saving her i so pledge

With every beam of light, let's make a change
With every beam of light, let's make a change

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Cris A 7 years ago from Manila, Philippines

this is not a cheerful poem, not even semi-cheerful! LOL perhaps you mean hopeful? or optimistic? I say that because, well, of the last line... there's hope for the girl for you have pledged that she will be saved by yo. But regardless of the tone, you do write beautiful verses. My advice... let it flow :D


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Uriel 7 years ago from Lebanon Author

thanks for taking the time and stopping by :D yeh maybe it is more hopeful and optimistic than cheerful... i'll take your advice and spill out all those verses with out any limitations thanks again. :D

uriel

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