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A Poem by simplyjaded

am i not adequate for your love?
alienate me from this misery.
authentic smiles submit to
silent regards
as i decorate your mind
with angelic brutality.
condemn me no more
for your outcome will fail.
i stand with a bouquet
of sinful thoughts
and feel compelled to share.
am i transparent to your eyes?
i feast upon your innocence
and long for your corruption.
your lukewarm existence
fails to accept me
and the world.

© 2009 simplyjaded


Author's Note

simplyjaded
don't bother about punctuation. but would love your thoughts.

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ok. two lines got me in this poem. the first..."i stand with a bouquet of sinful thoughts" . what better gift is there to present to someone? at least someone of the same frame of mind. then 'i feast upon your innocence and long for your corruption". the dichotomy of being attracted to the innocence but at the same time wanting to ravish it is quite well expressed here. not that i would identify with this at all. ahem.... nice writing.

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ok. two lines got me in this poem. the first..."i stand with a bouquet of sinful thoughts" . what better gift is there to present to someone? at least someone of the same frame of mind. then 'i feast upon your innocence and long for your corruption". the dichotomy of being attracted to the innocence but at the same time wanting to ravish it is quite well expressed here. not that i would identify with this at all. ahem.... nice writing.

Posted 12 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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simplyjaded

ATL, GA



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I've always loved to write and I've always been fascinated by poetry. I have 3 bookshelves filled with books of poetry of all kinds. I find that when I am frustrated with trying to express myself verb.. more..

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A Poem by simplyjaded