delilah contrapunctal.... yes, that's how I intended to spell it.........


Lotline Squabble/Self-Aggrandizing and Frightening Perspectives Of A Child's Mind Poem by delilah contrapunctal.... yes, that's how I intended to spell it.........


she wished an agonizing death to the man who shot and killed her dear red dog...
the agonizing death was that of the man's wife, a massive woman given to wearing green pup tents...
yet, she felt both remorse with smatterings of guilt and a certain sense of responsibility....this after listening to late-night conversations between the so-called adults....
hiding behind the kitchen door, feeling terrifying and confusing emotions, along with an eerily construed sense of power...
it shouldn't happen to a dog
it shouldn't happen to a kid
it shouldn't happen
it should not happen
at all
at all
innocence regained...? ?
wishing rainbow bridges...
wishing....

Submitted: Sunday, March 23, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 24, 2014

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