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tabitha driskell

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Unknown Being


I feel you surround me-
You are an unknown being-
You surround me like a bee-
I feel you calm me as if you are me-

I see you walking, like nature-
Your electric flow isn't normal-
You stop, turn around, and know what I am-

I am an empath and you know-
it because you are too.-

I feel you surround me-
You are an unknown being-
You surround me like a bee-
I feel you calm me as if you are me-

But finally I realise this is me-
There I am looking at the future me-
Seeing, breathing and smelling-
The air that is not yours, but animals-
Never sleeping or feeling, just numb-

I am an unknown being-
I can feel nature swell me
And I finally realize-
I am alone as I fade-
Into the abyss...

Submitted: Saturday, June 01, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 04, 2013
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This poem was written because of the same reason that Soul Taker was. I actually wrote this one right after soul taker. Tell me what you think? :)

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