Adultry - Poem by Predicanda Emmons
why, hello there, did u know...
the peach resides within these stones?
peach meat fleshes out velvety soft,
ready for teeth and tongue and love.
spiders through the juices, poisons the blood.
beguiles the verb and allures the adjective,
careful what you want, be careful my one.
shine your brass spurs till they spark and dull.
loll and be so bold to test a sandy cliff.
flare the devils temper to see what you run out,
how will you angle the outer sea's corrode?
there is no infliction quite so brunt
than spirit muscle spasms, or falling rocks.
dud in pileus clouds, she winks when she stares.
solar deities pour, and the skies burn.
char and ripens and splits the orange feel.
you choke down the honey, she binds to the kill.
no, you're not aware at all.
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