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7 - The Deadly Sins

Poetry By: RiaBusa
Poetry



The seven deadly sins


Submitted:Mar 2, 2013    Reads: 1,370    Comments: 2    Likes: 1   


Behold my importance, behest my beauty,

Luxury that you may never pocess because of your lacking ability.

I will be a person you can never dream to supersede,

Cherished in voluptuous purple pride.

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Decorated in diamonds and rings,

Wealthy little 'Miss' has everything.

I have to slave and work tiredly unappreciated every day,

Continously it grows my state of green envy.

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Hatred, boiling and burning furiously in my blood,

Uncontrollable rage an emotional flood.

Impudent emotions blooming like an amarath,

Exist my crimson wrath.

*

Energy wasted by pitiful beings each extensive day,

Rushing and panicking wasting their life's away.

Give yourself over to narcolepsy lazy stealth,

Hazy smoke slumber blue sloth.

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I want it, I need it, it must be mine,

Bribery, theft, hording it's a fate that cannot be confined.

Give it all to me, everything that I need,

My bright burning orange greed.

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Hunger, rapturous starving cravings,

Drinking and eating my emptiness is never sating.

The only thing that I need to accompany,

Is the rosy pink gluttony.

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Touch, caress, savour my sensitive skin,

Embrace the craving desire you have within.

Devouring the concubine body that you trust,

Lost, drown in the coquettish red power of lust.

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