C.E Smithwick

Rookie (Florida)

Blister Lips - Poem by C.E Smithwick

Blister lips are a bruised invitation
Rough scabs on silk-smooth terrain
A foregin blemish spread like hate
Sensory evil that erases origin
Never sweet berry kisses graced here
Always copper-penny dried blood
Red stained silloheatte of a real mouth.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 18, 2005

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