prompted poetries: november 3
Wonderful poetry shared by a talented writer. Please read and enjoy the work of the poet.
@globalagepoetry: so long So long, dear heart From this body you emerged Now you thrive in the sun Loved and so much more
@poetsgrid: candle Kiss my lips Wicker-thin and weathered And set my soul aflame
@poetsgrid: monster Mother warned me About monsters like you Handsome and almost sweet Careful For he is like Adonis Beautiful And cursed like Narcissus Sharp in the sunlight His smile is wicked A monster hissing Wicked teeth Bloody hands Listen– His heart Will eat you Alive
@poetsgrid: spell book This heart is callous, caged in bone But not a bird that sings Not a siren that lulls to the sea But a banshee, shrieking in the night It is a witch, wicked and hideous Disguised in pretty skin Handing out candy-apple kisses Rotten from the inside Whispering spells by the book To keep you here, to keep you here Tell me, lover, are you…
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