Poetry

Graveyard Silence

Lay me down in this grave
you’ve dug just for me
and bury me beneath
six feet of earth
without a string
attached to a bell
as a cry for help
to save my wretched soul.

© Sarah Doughty

This piece was published at Crossing Genres, a publication at Medium.

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17 thoughts on “Graveyard Silence”

    1. That was what I was thinking of when I wrote this. Long before, bells were once attached to buried coffins in the event that people were falsely presumed dead. I thought it was a nice touch. Bury someone alive without that bell to save them.

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