FallenThe little girl came up to me,Fallen by KateAnnexTerrasochi
And touched my bare back.
Her tiny pure fingers,
My bloody gashes,
"Are you an angel?"
She asked with her sweet,
And clawed the dirt and mulch,
With my strong hands,
But I would not turn,
My face to her,
Are as pure as angels,
Which I was no longer,
"I was ?"
She echoed softly,
And picking up,
A soon dissolving feather,
From the brush,
Where many others also,
Quickly fading away,
"What are you now?"
Trying to see my face,
But my eyes remained,
For she was far purer than I,
"I I am nothing,"
The earth in my fingers,
"You must be something,"
Crouching next to me,
"What's your name?"
But regaining myself,
"I was once the Hope,
But now I am Lost."
fallenHer skin pale, taut, torn,fallen by flegling
Her eyes cast at the mournful moon.
'How long,' She whispers,
Since the day bled out? Since
She'd been alone in the moonlight?
Broken wings folded neatly, she stood.
Bare feet on broken glass, blood
On the cold stone floor.
She looks up again, the shattered roof
Of the abandoned church.
The young priest shudders.
His words lose all meaning, fading
Into the echoes of her whimpers.
A thousand questions voiced at once.
She turns her head, black hair and lace
Falling gracefully around her pale face. With
A single tear drop of crimson blood.
She touches the place her wings once were.
'I...' Her words choke her. How long untill
She can fly again, laugh again, love again?
'I have fallen!' She hangs her head. Another tear.
A thousand discarded feathers mark her path to earth.
A thousand era's to death...
Just Some Simple WordsDon't worry about it.Just Some Simple Words by guitargirl94
I know it's not your fault.
It's the words.
The words that came out
Of both of our mouths.
They are the ones to blame.
They flew around the lips of many,
Swimming around inside the liquid.
They were injured and damaged on the way,
But once they reached each of us again,
After taking a tour of Earth,
We did not recognize the story they told.
What even happened there?
I'm not too sure.
But next time,
Confrontation will be the key
To winning an apology.