Death's Kiss

Death's Kiss

A Poem by Mary

Dirty pins in my eye

Hurts so bad I want to cry.

 

Should I try and take them out?

Teetering on the brink of doubt.

 

Not so sure what I should do.

Would you like to hurt me too?

 

All it takes is one thought

As simple as tying a knot.

 

My life in your hands

I will follow all your commands.

 

So what is it you want?

No need to put up a front.

 

Your lips move.

A sudden change in attitude.

 

A smile on your face

Steely metal embrace

 

A revolver to my head

All I feel is dread.

 

Your response

Complete nonchalance.

 

A flick of the wrist

Death’s Kiss.

© 2011 Mary


Author's Note

Mary
just a poem practicing rhyming...

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It's cute and interesting. You kept the theme running all the way. I like it.



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Canton, OH



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