Haden Chua


Black Widow


Sweet and charming she may be,
What you see is not meant to be.
Lovely nymph born with the gift of gab,
Emotional vampire fills the gap.

Manipulative mind behind those lovely eyes,
Entrenching her prey in her web of lies.
Loving her man as deeply as illusion permits,
Keeping her man as lonely as a hermit.

Come the day the illusion dies,
Her man's love for her revitalise.
Black Widow continued to act,
Lest her man violently react.

Tears and mucus drenched her face,
She wiped it off without a trace.
Cold and heartless are her traits,
For she reigns supreme in the straits.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 26, 2012

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  • Rookie - 144 Points Rubab Atwal (7/20/2013 9:03:00 AM)

    beautifully written.i thoroughly enjoyed it.keep writing more! please read and comment my poems (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Keewen Lee (7/31/2012 4:48:00 AM)

    Among all the poems you have written, I love this the most. You are very talented, your poems shows your inner beauty and talent that you have. Keep up the good work! (Report) Reply

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