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The Chase

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The Chase

It's the beginning
So far away
Yet tethered
Until forever has reached its end

A circle
Never ending
Ever lasting
Until you reach me at last

I can feel you
I can hear you
But I can't change my course

Gripping and ripping
The breath from my chest
Ragged and racing
Destined for facing
Eternal rest

The path has narrowed
The walls screaming in my ears
Forever harrowed
Blood running like tears

I can smell you
I can see you
But I can't change my course

It's the end
You're upon me
It's the end
There's nothing left
It's the end
There's no way out

You have sought me
You have caught me 
It's the end of my course

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  1. Date: 12/19/2011 9:29:00 AM
    did this come out of a nightmare? It kinda sounds like it may have. Very well written! Enjoyed! Merry Christmas!

    Morris Avatar Brontë Morris
    Date: 12/19/2011 9:31:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    Haha, no not exactly. Though, I'm glad I got that feeling across. It was inspired from an observation of life :) Thanks a bunch!