Forsaken (poem)

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

A poem about my ex-girlfreind and how much I want her back.

Earsplitting screams echo from every existing angle

Piercing the midnight air with daunting threats of chaos

Fiercely gnashing the perpetrators of sheer malevolence

Escaping from the tunnel of untold forsaken secrets

 

Stealthily the victims stalk their tracks for deliverance

From the treacherous walls of redundant negligence

To collapse into the arms of comfort and acceptance

As the evocative lullaby induces opulent tears

 

In the valleys of punishment desolate souls beg to be taken

Back within the cradling embrace of romantic benevolence

Projecting their intense desire, seducing the virgin clouds

Stimulating the waves wafting the edges of their brains


Submitted: July 06, 2011

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