Haunted Sleep

Poem By Lizz Lodwick

As I try to go to sleep,
I hear music.
I hear music.
It takes away my comfort,
brings back fear.
For the music,
from a haunted soul,
comes out at night to play.
It scares the living daylights,
from my lighted eyes with ways.
I still hear the music,
it comes out at night to play.
It scares me,
and it wares me.
It will never go away.

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