Princess Poison

Princess Poison

A Poem by KatDarkness

Poison candy-pink, her nails like 

Only the most perfectly formed shells, 

Buffed by the ocean; I drown in her 

Fake tough-girl tirade as it tumbles from 

Her hooker's lips. 


Hearts were made to be smashed into 

Insectile messes; you'll scrape my ex-

oskeletal emotions off your 

Louboutin red-queen sole, my laugh will come 

Out artificial. 


You love to play victim, darling, 

But some things can't be learnt at fancy 

Rich-girl schools of performing arts and 

Princess-culture; life's not as black and white 

As piano 


keys, your parents can't buy you an 

Ounce of mercy; you might have the face 

Of a doll but your tongue is as forked 

As a serpent's; you can spit poison on

Me, but one day


life will break you. 

© 2014 KatDarkness

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The last stanza really makes sense... I don't know from where u get the words ? They are simply amazing..

Posted 6 Years Ago

'Hearts were made to be smashed into insectile messes" I love that!!! Ma favourite line!!! Sick!!!! You the best Kat...and yes, sometimes I like to play victim, haha. Love this piece.

Posted 6 Years Ago

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6 Years Ago

Thanks so much! Great to hear from you :)

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Added on October 20, 2014
Last Updated on October 20, 2014
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