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Leaking Pen

Rookie - 360 Points (Wellington, New Zealand)

A gay heart

It takes a gay heart
To catch falling heart of a women.
It takes few straight men
To nail her coffin shut!

Many tears are falling
From tales of sorrow and woe.
Above binding glue unlike a rainbow's marrow
Is not the essence of a women's soul.

Lightning charging
Storms brewing dark
For calm's sake
I wish for Dorothy's rainbow back.

What say you Adam of jungle feet?
As you brew your ancient wheat.
It's stale and void from seasoning to taste,
With pure ignorance it's surely laced.

Your arguments must end today
Enough blood shedding from your fist!
To rehash your diminutive do's and don'ts,
If will take eternity for my poem to mend!

Marsh 7th 2012
Copyright Leaking Pen 2012
Rev 2014

Submitted: Sunday, September 09, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Topic of this poem: pain

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