Wendy Bureau


Deadly Kiss


Disappointed, hurt, disowned
With catastrophic consequence
A child in mid development
Alone, devoured by family severance

Blind eyed by society
Dreams dissolved in one’s own tears
Security, self love and worth
Replaced, with solitude and fears

Pubescent only in years
Experience bleeds from every pore
Hatred replaces innocence
Opening wide, depression's door

Reason riddled with holes
Purpose fades, a vapor mist
Tragedy, a statistic
Darkness falls, a deadly kiss


Copyright 2007 W. Bureau

Submitted: Tuesday, August 26, 2008

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  • Rookie Bob Gibson (5/7/2009 11:48:00 PM)

    I know i need to read this poem ten times to reach its full affect
    but you have left me breathless on the first reading!
    so much to say but, i pray for the intelligence to say it! regards bob (Report) Reply

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