Poetry

The Death of Socrates

Here he lies in peace and tranquility, as he feels the effects in his legs as they grows. His followers weep for his nobility, as silently the poison flows. Stealing through nerves, as it rushes past blood, taking slow hold of his throat, once final words are said and done.

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