Cupid's Pitchfork

Cupid's Pitchfork

A Poem by KGV

Simple yet complex. Short words for a long story.


Cupid's Pitchfork


So I kind of fell in love.

Broke both my legs in the process.

As if you haven't taken enough,

Half my heart is tucked away in your pocket.

It beats against your leg and screams every time you kiss her.

I can still feel it breaking.


-the Kate Vegas

September 25th, '07





©Kate Vegas

© 2008 KGV

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You let go with your feelings and you have a flair for the dramatic! Keep writing! - EllisD

Posted 15 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

You have described the piece in your synopsis pretty well. I think there is also a lyrical quality to it. It would make a great song if you were to elaborate on it some more.
I love the first line, the cautious, reluctant acknowledgement. Angsty.
I like it.

Posted 15 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

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Added on August 20, 2008



Huntsville, AL

My name is Kate. I'm 20 years old & live in northern Alabama, but am a native of New Iberia, Louisiana. I've been writing for ten years. I've dabbled in fanfictions and sometimes still write them, but.. more..

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