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Inside the coffin

May 27, 2010

At school we had a course topic that was all based around horror in fiction and poetry and we had to come up with our own too. I stumbled across a couple of dark poems I wrote back then as a kid…

Inside the coffin

Darkness surrounds my tortured soul,
A soul full of pain and discomfort,
My arms bound together unable to free me
A cadaverous body entombed inside the coffin.
Irregular breaths escape my lips,
While my lungs heave in agony,
My aching eyes close with defeat,
Inside the coffin, awaiting my death.

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