Guilty Punishment

Guilty Punishment

A Poem by Wild Willow Blue

Revenge never tasted so sweet..


Strung so deep the heart is barely there

a ribbon of suffocating light shines boldly in the dark

Tell me where my master breathes beyond the plastic door!

A blade of hope, then, slices cleanly through white sheets

the smell of blood lives in me in wake for all to find

A mere shadow of doubt is hesitated

the striking pose comes into play

A life lives only in memories now

Tears of hate


and pain run down my face in shades of



and green

© 2012 Wild Willow Blue

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Wild Willow Blue
All of my poetry comes from the heart.

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Added on May 31, 2012
Last Updated on May 31, 2012
Tags: Revenge, Punishment, Knife, Master, Kill


Wild Willow Blue
Wild Willow Blue


I am 29. I am female. I am rather short. I like macaroni and cheese. I don't like the color orange very much. I have a banana allergy. I am afraid of clowns and bees. And the dark. Oh .. heights, too... more..