Corruption Of The Mind - Poem by Danielle Marino
She came with those big blue captivating eyes
All heads turn as she walked down the aisles
Wearing her famous innocent smiles
That gorgeous face that hides all lies.
Talk once and everyone came, all ears
Hanging in every word she rears
Bewitched by those pair of lips that beautifully utters
No one had seen the murderous look that she wears.
As time flies ahead
Everyone around was all red
Except her who do the raid
Sweeping all the purity within until it fade.
When the clock strikes at midnight
She is nowhere in sight
Too late to regret, too late to fight
Now the wrong had covered what is right.
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