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Delilah
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since 07-08-99
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The Wonderful America


0 posted 07-08-99 01:31 AM       View Profile for Delilah   Email Delilah   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Delilah

In my dreams I see
A forlorn figure stalking me.
Whispering things I don't want to hear.
Warning me about faces that I sould fear.

This figure sometimes screams at me
And pounds on the inside of my head.
And sometimes he brings peacefulness until
I feel the tranquility drowning me.

Why do I run so?
Escaping what?
Why do I shiver and shake - and yet -
Know that he's my guardian, my friend?

Holding my hand and guiding me,
Oh, now I truly, truly see.
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Realm of Supernatural


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