Poetheart Morgan

Rookie - 320 Points (05/23/1960 / Rio de Janeiro)

My heart of words


Write about heart

a leap in the dark

when,

is all about me all the time

i hid or reveal

i expose or preserve

my poetical verve

which i took passionately

what i see in others eyes



what i smash in others hearts



is so pleasure to me

the smell

the drops of blood of you

and i write in red

sucking and drinking until the last sip

what was not mine!

after ripper and wound you

I swallow you all



! finally a place to rest!

and i put it all in verses



I steal

and you

are so happy

I put you on heaven

your emotions, despair

a scene of your imagery

lay on a satin sheet

on the corner of your bed



I dared, be more that i can!

shaking by shame

with sweat on my body

i let the Devil go away

doing my last pray

Oh! Poetry, darling one,

give me my win

Submitted: Monday, April 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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love, poetry, lust, love for words, pray, devil, body

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