Poison Apples

Poison Apples

A Poem by Elizabeth




poison apples
taste sweeter
with sugar

salt in an open wound
tickles
if you close your eyes

and lies are the truth
if you stand
on your head

© 2011 Elizabeth



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Haha oh Liz, this is wonderful. The third stanza basically sums up my entire existence, and it was just such a perfect way to end this. Thanks for the fresh perspective and the smile.

Posted 6 Years Ago


Some very interesting perspectives... you got my mind spinning like a tornado.

Posted 6 Years Ago



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Elizabeth
Elizabeth

Wonderland, TN



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I am Alice through the looking glass...I mix my metaphors with barbiturates. I take my mania with a glass of milk and I rarely look before crossing the street. Walk a mile in my mary janes, friend. .. more..

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