Ballerina With Fins
Beware. - Poem by Ballerina With Fins
Beware; they say, Beware.
Be wary, be watchful; Beware.
Be shady and shaky and farfetched;
the warning; do beware.
Beware of the child with
the melancholy eyes; his face delusive
Beware of the of the stranger in
the unholy night; his hands are stained
Fallacious, fallacious; false, untrue! ,
they proclaim, beware, beware.
Beware of the witch submerged
in the darkness; beware her splemetic stare.
There is so much to fear in this wild world;
it's mysteries swirling and bright.
Still we are covered with these blindfolds;
thus gone; our second sight.
Beware of the beggar in the
murky black; the tears on his face
Beware the words on this paper; for
Words are forbidden! in this frightened world
Even words that show us the light.
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