Hide and Seek

Hide and Seek

A Poem by Ronda
"

About a relationship that was back and forth, always a struggle.

"

I am counting to ten
covering my eyes,

standing with my face

against the old maple tree


The smell of
mold

mustiness
bark
consumes my nose;
the air is stagnant

Whispering to myself
"I must give you ample time to hide.
I know you will find a good place,
you always do"

Moist anticipation
tickels my

cheeks, wondering which

briar patch I will crawl

through to find you this time

It is a rare 
for me to come through
without a bloody mess
on my flawed persona

Whispering
"Ready or not hear I come."


Looking and desperatly
searching for you on 
the desolate landscape
dried up sage and echos

A glimpse of a shadow
and there you are,
inside the sentient clad steel trap
sitting as bait


© 2009 Ronda



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oh, i like this one...(too)..
i just finished writing about the
hide and go seek (but mine is a bit angsty) of relationships..

"wondering which
briar patch I will crawl
through to find you this time "---i love this...

your flow is smooth...like water over pebbles..

very nice write/read..


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A Poem by Ronda