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Author Name: Freealligator 2 Comments
Date Added: April 27, 2005 05:04:52 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Fear at Midnight
Fear at midnight,A thief comes to steal my slumber;A ghost roam on my room to kill my hopes.Suddenly, I'm a lost soul on a thorn bed.the pillow swallows my dreams,and my mind becomes an enemy of mine.Fear at midnightA nightmarish ffelings on that gloomy night,My shadow flies to heaven looking for peaceBut in vain,I could never erase that morose and pain.Fear at midnight;Darkness blinds my will and destroy my power mercilesslyFear at midnight,I wish to have no more something called night
Author's Notes:

I dedicate this poem to my dear friend Mike.

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Comment By: FreeMichelle on June 26, 2009 09:14:46 PM Report
This reminds me of how scared I get at times. I can relate and it's so beautifully worded. Thanks for writing it. Stay awesome!
Comment By: Freejag on April 27, 2005 05:43:00 PM Report
read like a rock ballad to me which is cool. If I was to offer any advice I'd say to make scarier trim it down a bit make the sentences more direct. E.G.
'A thief comes to steal my slumber;
A ghost roam on my room to kill my hopes.'

could be

'A thief comes stealing slumber;

Ghosts roaming to kill my hopes.'

Then again what do I know LOL


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