Edwin Baldwin


Heart Shaped Rocks - Poem by Edwin Baldwin

Abandoned without provocation
My lover set the stage
I plead for vindication
Ever I missed a page
My eyes no longer reflect upon her face
Yet I must go on where X marks her place

Blood lust captured in bold
A hot twisted lovers knot
Beware the young and old
You've heard of Salems Lot
Everything you've ever been afraid of
Disguised as someone you trust and love

Lifeless souls repent
Ones measure in the traps laid and set
Violet shades of passion discontent
Eyes toward heaven with no regret
Salvation concequence of empty faith refrained
Undead and dying before the loss rejoice unashamed


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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 13, 2012

Poem Edited: Monday, August 13, 2012


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