My Lady Fair

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: The Imaginarium
A poem based on the Imaginarium House one word prompt -- fair. A tale of obsession and betrayal.

Submitted: June 06, 2017

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My Lady Fair

 

What spell was it you wove on us,

With your pale skin, your golden hair,

Those blue eyes that told of delight,

My entrancing Lady Fair.

 

You performed some magic,

We were obsessed, no love to spare,

All were tangled in your web,

My spell-binding Lady Fair.

 

We turned against each other,

Your attentions we would not share,

Former friends were now foes,

My delightful Lady Fair.

 

We became besotted,

Competed everywhere,

One thing only mattered

My enticing Lady Fair.

 

But when it turned to murder,

My love I did declare,

You merely turned your back on me,

And walked off, Lady Fair.

 

I see you every moment,

I’ll catch a glimpse and then I’ll stare,

For I’ll never become free of you,

My haunting Lady Fair.

 

You broke my heart in pieces,

Crushed it beyond compare,

The blood forever on my hands

Spilt for my malignant Lady Fair.

 

 


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