Summer Huggins


Don'T Let Go - Poem by Summer Huggins

The worlds collide,
The walls crumble,
The sun fades,
The trees whistle the oldest song,
Chains to short to reach,
If you can't handle it, close your eyes,
I know you can feel it, you want to kill it,
Darker than the last black iris,
Smoke thicker than tar,
Baby, don't let go,
Just hang on one more time,
I know the scars run deep,
Breathing in razor blades,
Stepping on nails to get through,
Remember when I said I'd be there?
I disappear into the night,
I know how broken you are,
You know how broken I am,
Falling off the biggest mountain,
Your eyes are windows to the demon that eats you,
You're something far to gone.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 15, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, December 16, 2013


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