Without Me, What Will You Do?

Without Me, What Will You Do?

A Poem by Kenneth Smoot

Wicked fires turn, turn, turn
Blasphemy already spoken
Hopes in Eden, now erased
Softer and dark like melody

Feel sorry for you, omen defiled
Righteousness no longer afforded
Heart stained and killed like glass
Sirens speak, but don't listen

Clouded mind, mild spirit
Oasis chained, darkness unnoticed
Only storms, digging deep
Floral designed and burned

Serpent alive, eyes burn
Nails dine and w****s lying
Crossing across and death demolished
There may be hope for me yet.

© 2013 Kenneth Smoot


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wow... it's dark... and captivating...

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

You are so damned mysterious! I love it!
What I wouldn't give to be able to crawl into that head of yours :)

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Kenneth Smoot

8 Years Ago

I don't know if you could fit haha. But if you can I'm sure you'll need a flashlight and a gun cuz .. read more
easybreezy

8 Years Ago

So, you're saying if I want to experience an acid trip, just crawl on in?
Kenneth Smoot

8 Years Ago

LOL pretty much

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Tags: poetry, dark

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Kenneth Smoot
Kenneth Smoot

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I love writing about things having to do with witchcraft and the supernatural, I'm inspired by gay romance and erotica, and I love fantasy/sci-fi. Right now I'm working on a story about a guy named.. more..

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