Katrina Wallace


Forbidden Love - Poem by Katrina Wallace

As the night Falls
All is quiet as a mouse


Not a sound is made
Not even from the wind


With the moon in the sky
And a gentle wind


In the cold of the winters night


None even aware of the approaching
Figure from deep within the woods


He watches. He waits
For he alone knows


Not even she
Can resist his alluring call


A single sharp glance
Just through the play ground tells him this


She walks calmly and softly
Her feet not even making a sound


Upon the icy snow covered grounds


Tilting her head; her ice blue eyes
Meet bright gold of the man

No the demon;
She had foolishly fell for


As both lock gazes


He watches as she stops a mer breaths away


Both know what is they feel
Is forbidden to the last tomb


He: a demon and a predator


Her: a human and a hunter


But as their lips meld
with one another


Neither can care
Neither can give a damn


Though they both maybe hunted for this


And as the shadows swallow them
In the dead of the night

All you can hear
On the winds is a pair of soft whispering


"I love you now and forever."


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 29, 2012



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