Dark Angel

Leaves fall from the trees,
Rain falls from the sky.
Blood flows like rivers rushing,
The forest is where she will lie.
Tears form like crystal gems,
Landing on the dirty ground.
The smile falters into darkness,
She will never be found.
An angel she once was,
With beautiful spread out wings.
Moved like a swan with her graceful steps,
Guarding the land of the Kings.
But she failed her sworn duties,
That turned her wings to black.
Damned to be alone forever,
Her arms she will eternally hack.
The harsh wind pushes against her,
Shivers run down her spine.
She wishes she was back with the Kings,
Eating bread and sipping wine.
Forced to starve forever more,
She desperately fades away.
Nobody around to comfort her,
No hope to help her pray.
Leaves fall from the trees,
Rain falls from the sky.
Fire bursts out from Hell's gates,
No longer immortal and doomed to die.

by EMMA Funnell

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This is a sad, beautiful story. And it's extremely well written. I adore it <33 H&K's Jessica (:
Intense.......I like it!