At the witches place

At the witches place

A Poem by DwellerComplex

She grins in lustful longing stare
Through soulless black and messy hair
Bloody tongue from a face of coal
A dainty beast, she taints my soul


I lay down in the witches bed
Frost crawls up the window, dread
Broken was the forest outside
Sudden salvation came to guide


Saved or trapped, so bodily scorched
Breath is heavy but my head is torched
Naked skin glares in the light
Flickering fire in periferal sight


Careful now, the birds gone quiet
the forest still but waters riot
Crumbling dignity fills my heart
We share this room so let it part


We both know well that god sees all
One night stand wont break my call
He will catch my heavenly fall
When I choke on tomorrows wretched pall

"So tired..."

© 2017 DwellerComplex

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Interesting - really takes me into the situation I like that God will catch heavenly fall

Posted 6 Years Ago


6 Years Ago

Thank you so much! You commenting means alot to me.
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Kathleen Montgomery

6 Years Ago

I am so glad to comment. Nice Writing.

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Added on January 26, 2017
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