Tue, 11/07/2017 - 10:56 -- JCyrus9

Long and narrow

Razor sharp

Dark and brooding


Light and ductile


Loving, warring

Blood ‘twas spilling


Love forbidden

Emotions revealing

Desire protruding

Society ‘twas feuding


Silky hair

Nocturnal eyes

Raging frisking

Boiling blood


Pale and shaded

Guilty minds

Royal and peasant

Innocence remains


Slicing, dicing

Concepts lost

Stabbing, jabbing

Pain obscuring

Falling, collapsing

Compulsions were dying

Holding and grasping

Our two bladed enamoured


~L.L. Livingston

This poem is about: 
Our world


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