Animal Poems: 451 / 500

Hide Jekyll, Hyde

Rating: 3.4

Part demon, part angel,
your gaze draws me nigh.
Part animal, part divine;
the celestial hosts sigh.

Doubts leak like a broken tap,
assurances cloud the sky.
Drip and dropp to fill the gap;
your balmy words can't dry.

An easel for pigments to trap;
row by row hung from a vine.
Libation pressed flesh and sap;
A bloodied cudgel rests supine.



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Sunday, March 22, 2009
Animal Poems: 451 / 500
Topic(s) of this poem: personality
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~ Jon London ~ 03 April 2009

Dark lines of select words give this a sharpness to it edge, it cuts into the reader. Fantastic display of your talent sir..10+

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LOVEFOOL Aka 24 March 2009

Stunning word selection this piece is very unnerving 10++

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