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Gothic
by Jennie

Tuesday, September 21, 2004
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Just something I came up with after leaving gothicism.

I gaze at the mirror in the hall
It reflects the grey, black walls
And sometimes into the room
Of my broken solitude


Gothic presence stood in this house
A world I never wanted to doubt
A cure, A life, A means
We're not as happy as we seem


Can I ask you for a thought?
An original, nothing bought
Filled with goodness and truth
Not the lies that rotted you


Tell me, love, will you forgive?
If I never speak to you again
The pain and tormoil seeths a demise
Oh, I love you, don't despise


Gothic presence stood in this house
I let you talk me in but I got out
A love, A mood, Sadistic soul
Now i've rid this place of ghosts


Scars and Blood, forgotten wounds
Shall I ever speak to you the truth?
I think you'd fret, I bet you'd cry
Or would you simply prefered that I had died?


Gothic isn't what it seems
It can cost you everything
Real life, real love, even your soul
Run now or you'll never let go.



Jennie Harris
Original: 1:23 AM 5/18/2004

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Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 9/21/2004
It sounds much like a place nobody should ever want to go. You've portrayed that very well in your lines.

Lisa



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