Emily Liang

Anguish - Poem by Emily Liang

An inflated blood-pressure
A racing heart
As a rage beyond measure,
Threatens to rip the lands apart

Knitted brows and a fiery glare
Her red-lips curl in ultimate hate
An inferno-encapsulated stare
Sears my innards and seals my fate

Sizzling with wrath like hot, scalding oil
Those eyes radiate icy lethality
Her face contorts like a crumpled foil
On the brink of a blast of insanity

Our gazes interlock and she disposed of the key
Sinking razor heels on her hot-pink carpet
Wrapping her imminent tentacles around me
Draining every molecule of oxygen I had

The rude shock that shattered her dream
Drowned by the unleashed wave of tears
A clear make-up dissolving stream
Exposing her to her deepest fears

She squeezed my hand hard and tight
Buried hopes and broken visions
Two stranger meteorites did collide
Much to her utmost disappointment

Topic(s) of this poem: angst

Form: Verse

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 26, 2015

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