Treasure Island

victoria martinez

Bloody Winter

It snows
And we lay our bodies in it
Imprints of angels
My wrist it’s small
The blade it’s thin
My pain it’s beckoning
Those thoughts
I become lost in them
And the razor gives me a kiss
Kissing my wrist with a smooth slit
Back and forth
2,5,10 I lost count
It snowed
It was imprinted with my blood
The ice clotted my wound
Winter wasn’t white
Winter was a dark red
Blood of only memories I wanted to get rid of
Winter that time of year
When I lay my body in the snow
And bleed into the New Year

Submitted: Tuesday, January 24, 2006
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