A HARBINGER OF SORROW

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Its a poem of grief and sorrow bought on men by a beautiful lady who is so good to behold and yet she is treacherous with a heart of stone...

Submitted: January 28, 2013

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A harvest of sorrow, where tears do follow

Where broken hearts and minds do wallow

 

An abyss of gloom and the secession of joy

Torment of separation, thoughts to annoy

 

Bitter memories bringing forth so much pain

Prancing and howling, driving me insane

 

Of your fair countenance, your hand in mine

Your sweet rosy lips tasting like red wine

 

An intoxication of love so sweet to behold

Yet a heart like stone, no feeling and cold

 

Treacherous betrayal through her sweet lies

That love making, her moans and sighs

 

She held hearts of so many men like mine

Chewed and cast away, before my time

 

Epitomizing immense wickedness and vain

The harbinger for sorrow, agony and pain

 

A poisonous flower, so beautiful to behold

Her embrace, deadly turns youth to old

 


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