Treasure Island

Clara Keiper

(Niagara Falls, NY)

Black Widow


She sat in front of a crystal ball
the window and the moon
contemplating the fate of the man
who lies in the other room

destiny brought him as destiny does
someone to touch someone to love her
Fate plays a trick on a man who takes
the widow as his lover


She'll look into you with ebony eyes
she is a beauty you can not deny
but she's just a women as you will discover
In search of a faithful lover

There he lies in the opposite room
though his nose courses her favorite perfume
Will his eyes open or there will he lie
awaiting the day that he wished he could die

there's suddenly movements somewhere in the room
His eyes slowly open there's no more perfume
She stand there beside him as he begins to
recover holding her faithful lover



copyright Clara Keiper 2014

Submitted: Sunday, August 03, 2014
Edited: Thursday, August 07, 2014

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