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Aug 2012
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God closed his eyes
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To a sickly thin girl
a lost
little thing turning pale

God closed his eyes
to take a rest

So she made her way
to her favorite
hiding place

God closed his eyes
to take a rest
he was passed out

She could sit here
for only a couple
hours before she
would be seen

God closed his eyes
to take a rest
he was passed out
and not going to wake up

The view was
unbelievable
amazing
captivating
she always said,

"Wow, how grateful I am"

God closed his eyes
to take a rest
he was past out
and not going to wake up

Not tonight
not this clear night
not while she was hiding here

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Halley sees a comet
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It flew across the backdrop
of stars and darkness
something like that of
a comet.

And it started raining.

She could relate.

God closed his eyes
to take a rest
he was passed out
and not going to wake up
not tonight
he was much to drunk

To come out here
and nag with
that voice
and drag her back in....

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"No oh dear GOD no!"
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God opened his eyes

to take his child

he was full of rage

he was much to drunk

he demanded

she come now

God, he closed his gates
and opened hers
to the world

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His mouth was hate he slammed it into mine
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streaks
like the comet she saw
burned and spotted in her dreams

she would weep
it would shower as she would sleep

Halley closed her eyes*


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Where is justice?
M P Hill
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M P Hill  29/Midwest
(29/Midwest)   
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