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Despair

Death you're never satisfied,
Tricking mortals with your lies,
Promising eternal peace,
Promising our pain to cease,
Slowly, we die inside.

Collecting souls is your pride,
In Hell is where you abide,
Undisguised, you are a beast,
Death you're never satisfied.

Tongue is witty, comments snide,
When you smirk your grin is wide,
Weary souls who sign your lease,
Find they'll never be released,
In chains they are all tied,
Death you're never satisfied.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2015




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Date: 5/9/2015 2:45:00 AM
Hi Sharon.. powerful, well constructed write, my friend. Welcome to Poetry Soup, a great place to display your creative, artist works. It's also an ideal place to meet and be shaped by other poets. Comment on their works and they will comment on yours. Give any of the varied contest a try as well. I look forward to reading more good writes this month! Please take time to check me out, ok... PS.. If you have any questions about the Soup feel free to ask, just send me a Soup Mail. Talk soon!
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Date: 5/8/2015 2:01:00 PM
Sharon, A nice warm WELCOME to poetry soup. I hope you have fun with this wonderful community. You'll find many friendly poets who are ready to support and give positive feedback. I will enjoy following you and your poetry when you are ready :) We are Lucky To Have you. Enjoy Poetry Soup:) Your New Poet Friend @-> LINDA <-@
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Date: 5/8/2015 12:23:00 PM
Sharon, Stopping by with a nice, sweet Welcome to Poetry Soup. I will get much delight in reading and in time become familiar with your verse. As for now, I will greet you with the same smile others passed when I first joined the soup. Wishing you and your poetry the best. I hope you get to meet all the nice poets around here STARTING with me- SKAT :-) Please drop a hello and tell me a little about yourself if you wish. I would like to be your newest poetry soup "FRIEND" Hugs* SKAT
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Date: 5/7/2015 10:35:00 PM
A knockout! I cherished your poem.
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