Anders Lim


Cupid's Kites - Poem by Anders Lim

I clung my heart between two strings
Attached to Cupid's kites
Whistling through September Springs
To land in November Nights

But restless winds were flying high
Stirring a turbulent stream
A sunburnt heart, left to dry
Echoing a silent scream

Now I see my funny fate
Betraying this innocent skin
Just like the margins of love and hate
These kites are paper thin

Topic(s) of this poem: hate, heart, kite, love


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 1, 2016



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