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Lolita
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since 11-09-1999
Posts 42
Buffalo, NY, America


0 posted 11-18-1999 06:40 AM       View Profile for Lolita   Email Lolita   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Lolita

dead in the street
dying in heat
waiting for the sun
waiting for the gun
smile girl,
my world
hoping for release
hoping for some peace
screaming, crying
waiting, dying
dead on her feet
she is dead in the street
she's alive in my mind
but she's dead
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Miss Abagail Mannering
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since 09-01-99
Posts 137
byron, il


1 posted 11-19-1999 03:21 PM       View Profile for Miss Abagail Mannering   Email Miss Abagail Mannering   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Miss Abagail Mannering

chilling.....believable...this reminds me of a poem a friend of mine once wrote.

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"Some people aren't worth a puddle of ant pee in the middle of a dessert when it's 100 degrees in the shade." -me
 
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