Daniel Thomason

Rookie (8/6/1993 / San Antonio, TX)

Antediluvian - Poem by Daniel Thomason

Rustling the tulips round the corner of a never-ending pasture,
She's yearning for the grip of his palm as she chokes their buds,
Wielding her locks rightly like the victor's plea in free tourney,
She removes the homeward flower as it gently plunges blood outward,
The gap paleness on her reacts to the wind's scurry by a halt,
She falls to her knees and screams aloud her tears with coughs.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 11, 2011


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