kendyll brown

Rookie (06.07.1993 / california, USA)

Crimson Red - Poem by kendyll brown

the sweet colors
of crimsom red
on my palew white skin

the way things move and change,
tattooing my arm in another color
running a fine line down my arm

the way my heart beats for you
erratic at first
with adrenaline to set me free

the way my head spins
im dizzy
grasping the counter

letting go of my held in breath
im breathing again
feeling alright

just a slight resemblance
crimson red tuening pink
on my pale white skin


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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 13, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, June 14, 2011


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