Silent Beauty

Silent Beauty

A Poem by L.P. Perez
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Death's cold embrace

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She lies there,

Pale and still.

Yet the evil Lucifer

Has not yet stolen her beauty.

Her face is not without imperfection,

But captured in a picture of eternity.

Her hands rest across her chest,

Each delicate finger curled around a bundle of roses.

Where they will stay, wither, die,

The dress she wears, cloaks her body,

Like a black blanket filling the,

Oh so little space of her brand new bed.

She seams peaceful once again,

Not burdened by the pain of a torturous life.

She looks young,

Beautiful,

She has finally succumbed to death’s cold embrace.

 

© 2015 L.P. Perez


Author's Note

L.P. Perez
Feel free to give any advice you have. However please ignore the centering of text I couldn't fix it.

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Added on February 21, 2015
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L.P. Perez
L.P. Perez

Rio Rancho, NM



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