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The Dance of the Dead

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The Dance of the Dead

Upon the cold stone I sit A shaded graveyard, not even light can split Wandering, I walk across this ghostly land The fog and rain command Slowly the light begins to die, The night awaking to the lone wolf’s cry Hidden figures dance under the moon But the fun ends all too soon A lonely girl weeps by a stream The life she once had is all but a dream Her mangled, twisted frame lies beside her The crying waters murmur and stir… Us corpses gather ‘round, mourn the newcomer Her hair more golden than wheat in summer Fade to the color of dull clay She turns a transparent grey We invite her over, to dance and sing Before the sun exposes her unfurled wings Her muffled screams are caught in between The death and reality seam Again I sit upon my rock and ponder ‘Who shall see our dance’ I wonder Our special dance under the moon that lead To the dance now known as ‘The dance of the Dead’

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  1. Date: 10/20/2012 2:28:00 AM

    Laura found my comment funny but I was serious...;). We'll definitely have this special dance someday...haha. This is an awesome poem...it really is!! Great job Becca.

  1. Date: 7/4/2012 6:40:00 PM

    Awesome!! Hhahah I like Jonas' awkward comment! ahahhhahahaha! :D:D Always, Laura

  1. Date: 7/4/2012 8:45:00 AM

    Oh wow this is great...I'd like to dance with you when I'm dead...haha...but seriously I love this...a fav for sure!!