Ashes to snow

the sun starts to rise the snow starts to melt
to the night will come not soon enough
I will rise again to feist on the ashes
Of the torn and dead
He kneels down to the victims
Just one touch they turn to ashes
Ready sink his long jagged teeth
Into his decaing victim
A voice rang the fiery cave

" Stop! "

He Slowly turned and looked
he laughter
"haha you stupid girl
I don't know how you made it down here
but ! you will not get out "
She stood with a smug look on her face
She said with a soft settle tone voice
" how dare you feist on the fallen souls ?"
he snickered

I'v been locked away
In a cage full of blades
Cut and torn broke beond repair
My last breathe I sold my soul to the devil
A deal to live forever
to Make the world suffer
One pathedic human at a time

" I'm feeling genurous , You have curage girl
Leave Now And I'll spare you're life "
You'll have to kill me she said
"FARE ENOUGH "
He roared
His dark raspy voice Ratteld the cave the jagged rocks falling
He stood on his feet His body badly torn
His eyes black He started running
his feet rumbling and crashing the ground beneith
As he leaped on her and took her to the ground
He looked at her
" you should be turned into ashes .."
Clearing his voice panicing
She wisperd into his ear
" You can't kill the dead "
She laughed hysterically

Author's Notes/Comments: 

This is my first Narrative poem ? I think ? Lol .. still alot of work needs to be done

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ashes_twisted's picture

WHAT?!?

Where the hell did that spawn from?
Simply amazing my dear.
You have the readers attention well.
What an imaginative mind you have.
You must not keep it locked up.
More I say!!!!

Wow.
You take me into my stories deeper.
I float here beyond the edge in awe.
^_^


"We are, Each of us angels with only one wing, and we can only fly by embracing one another." -Luciano De Crescenzo

Snow's picture

Awh thank you ashes ! =]

Awh thank you ashes ! =]


“Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, "I will try again tomorrow.”