The Blood Of Doubt

Poem By Anthony Dawson

For one full season I swayed with the leaves,

I fell to the ground in autumn,

decayed in the gutter,

gave life to another life;

I had died to live.

My hands are no longer covered in the blood of doubt.

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lack or originality. wonder why you wrote this at all.


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