Piercing The Sky, A Book of My Poems
Author: Neil Evans

Chapter 2
Cold Water

This poem is considerably shorter than my first. I wrote this one more recently, after receiving some praise for my first poem on another site. I would like to note, and I think it's important I do, that the this poem, and the one before it, I had posted on a different site before getting up the courage to post here. Without further adieu, Cold Water:


It seems you were dead before I touched your lips
And now you're just, just being a bitch.
When I first saw you
My face burned red
Now I'm glad you're finally dead
There's nothing left to do
Now I've finally done something right
Because I've finally left you, tonight.


 

 

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