Silent Beauty

Silent Beauty

A Poem by L.P. Perez

Death's cold embrace




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,


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
Last Updated on February 21, 2015
Tags: lyrical, other


L.P. Perez
L.P. Perez

Rio Rancho, NM

Hey, I'm another high school girl who's biggest dream in life is to become a published author. I've started a million different stories but I have yet to finish one. I am also a choir student and.. more..

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