Treasure Island

Cami Walters

Raindrops of Death

Tip toe dancing within a wilderness sonnet
searching for though lover, my demon knight
tasting his blood upon a fallen sword
hunted prey, evil dark award

follow the trail my maiden fair
pieces of my flesh litter the ground
whispering winds call for thee
waiting for you, dying to be free

echoing passion deceives thy eyes
how can one find thy lover
destiny deceived, fingers grow weary
leaving me exhausted and teary

glinting moon light cast off armor
leading you to my heart
living lives too short to tell
lost and caught within your spell

falling upon my dying love
'I shall split the demon in two, eternally yours'
kissing his icicle tears of pain
clutching him to my bossom, a lovers crimson rain

Submitted: Sunday, December 06, 2009

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  • Shelby Jasmin Estrada (12/6/2009 2:37:00 PM)

    This is a very beautiful poem.: D
    About heartbreak, no?
    The love is like a battlefeild... xP
    The way you tell the story is so lovely.
    You truly have a wonderful gift, my dear. (:
    My favorite lines are
    'whispering winds call for thee
    waiting for you, dying to be free'
    It's so true.
    Keep writing. (:
    -Shelby Jasmin. (Report) Reply

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