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The Crimson Edge

The Crimson Edge

I’ve got a straight razor and drawn a hot bath.

Do I take the slices or face my path?

Should I rest in warm water of crimson red,

for the last drop to trickle? Then I am dead.

How did I get to this eclipse of lifes pain?

Why does the torture consume my brain?

I’ve lived a good life and asked few for things.

Are they right about what the next life brings?

God surerly can’t care. Can he, I ask?

If he does, is this the right task?

My mind is bouncing to and fro.

Is there anyone with the answers to know?

If suicide is a permenant answer to a tempoary condition,

how in the hell do so many end up in this position?

I suppose there’s one thing left here to say…

I’ll take a warm bath and wash the pain away.

Stanley Victor Paskavich/stantasyland.com

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