Emily Casbourn

He Watched - Poem by Emily Casbourn

In a small town
He waited for his moment
Like a snake waits for its prey
He watched in the corner
Watched and prayed
Thinking of her beauty
He watched as she danced
He waited until they left
He waited in the bushes
Following them home
The man with her took her home
He talked with her
Kissed her goodnight
He waited for the moment
Then he would strike
The fellow who walked her home
Left her alone
Now the mystery holds
He got onto her porch masked
He was stealthy
Just like a fox
He took her and carried her away
She screamed and screamed
This was to his dismay
Blindfold and gag
In place as it was
He stole her away
She fainted that day
When he finally got home
She finally woke up
He let her see
He let her talk
They locked gazes
She was in love
He watched her carefully
Finally they both smiled
Two hearts matched
Together at last
He watched her
Until his wish came true

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 11, 2010

Poem Edited: Monday, October 31, 2011

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