The Most Happy

The Most Happy

A Poem by Anne Bathory

For all the ploys,

And webs so thickly woven,

For all of thy empty promises,

And gilded words of honey,

A journey to Hell and back,

Though I am unsure of my return,

My dear Henry,

I shall be honest with thee only once,

My mask of sin and roses firmly in place,

Yet the eyes of black open to my soul,

My heart bursts with love for thee,

 From God to my lips,

I am,

The most happy

© 2013 Anne Bathory


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Anne Bathory
Written on a whim within the commercial break of a shitty TV show.

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And what a whim it is. Sought you out today. You are truly one of the most formidable writers here.

Posted 6 Years Ago


There seems to be a recurring theme to your writing thus far. Very likeable to me enjoying the archaic twist. Good work!!

Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Anne Bathory

7 Years Ago

When most say they were born in the wrong generation, I have to correct them and say the wrong 'cent.. read more
Friday

7 Years Ago

Thanks. Basically I agree with your point.
Haha I love your author's note...

As an "ode" I quite like this one. I can see someone writing this out to another person while in the depths of dispair and longing. Great juxtaposition of imagery and emotion within the lines--words like "honey" blended with "empty promises". Nicely done, I enjoyed the read.

Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

now this is extremely well written

Posted 7 Years Ago


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Added on June 22, 2013
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Tags: Anne Boleyn, Queen of England, medieval, Henry Tudor, Henry the eighth, England, royalty, nobility, beheaded, executed, the king's favorite, queen anne, notorious

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