spools of suffering


Metal clanging as the killers case is exposed and abandoned on the ground,

multiple shells continue to fall to the ground once containing the ability to end life

ripping through the victims body leaving behind a pool of what seemed to look like red rich wine

'spools of suffering,

set out in ordered rows

Marks of weakness, marks of woe

A hapless Soldier sighs'

each face flooding with untold stories as their light slowly fades

 stories waiting to burst to fill imaginations of the generation and generations to come

metal clanging continued as the killers case is exposed.

By Emily H

  • Author: Emily (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: July 27th, 2019 16:36
  • Comment from author about the poem: Part of the GCSE English Literature i study the power and conflict anthology containing 15 poems, i have included some key quotations in inverted commas as part of revision, would greatly appreciate if you could leave me honest feedback so theres room for me to improve before my mocks Thank you, Emily
  • Category: Sad
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