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From Within the Teenage Angst (extended version)
by David M Hudson

Saturday, May 30, 2009
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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A collection of poetry I've written over the past year and a half or so (give or take a few months). It isn't arranged in the order that all the stuff happened to me, so when you're reading it, you can get the same suprise I did while having to go through it all.

 This is just an excerpt from the collection. It contains many more of my poems. The link to buy it is at the bottom.




Barbed wire hanging

All alone in the dark
And hurting like all Hell
These barbed wire chains freeze colder and colder

I scream and plead and beg for help
As my ripped heart starts to smolder

All I heard was her voice
Because she does not have a face
Now as I start to choke
I dangled there by the barbed wire
Hoping she'd see me through all this smoke

Now I see her silhouette
But now more faintly than ever
My situation now mournfully dire
I try to see her in this chaos

My heart is now on fire

In my agony I dangled
But I dare not say a word
Reminded by the barbed wire and the rust
She would leave like all the rest
In flames my heart combusts

She has left me alone to die
Barbed wire now stained red
My soul now gone to be with Seth
From the ashes of disaster
Grow the roses of my death










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