Edwin Cordero


Jump Off - Poem by Edwin Cordero

She loves to jump off
Every single precipice
At a sequence,
Abandoning one victim;
Always a diamond
Taken from a woman
With that vixen
Allure.
Those primal savages
Want to savage her;
She'll mine for it—
Amor.
Any cliff too high
Must want caves
Inside.
Only graves provide
Ardor.
She'll jump far enough,
Bury your love,
Take every treasure
You have and run off
To only search for
Another hilltop
And blood diamonds
Galore.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 15, 2013

Poem Edited: Saturday, June 15, 2013


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