My Wisteria

My Wisteria

A Poem by Somebrownnerd

Your roots propagate natures injustice;
Sucking syrupy nectar, strangling soil.

Lavender bursts among you,
deceiving this onlooking witness;
A delusional polka dot paradise.
Varicose vines, seep through your foliage,
en-snarling my razor fingers.

Though your grip is viced, I own you.

Tyrannical reign of terrain,
comes to an end.

© 2012 Somebrownnerd


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Added on September 21, 2012
Last Updated on September 23, 2012
Tags: foliage, veins, flowers, deception

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Somebrownnerd
Somebrownnerd

Norman, OK



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