Lillian B. Rose

Rookie - 244 Points (Virgo. / Wisconsin)

Mimicry (2011) - Poem by Lillian B. Rose

Two Loves: one in darkness, one in light
My soul reflects my heartstrings truth
The prints of voice and face
Deeply sunken in consciousness
A perfect mimicry of an enemy
A mother with no parental instincts
Has become a mother of Five Children
The Voices of truth pulled
From my past speak of coercion
A look of fear spreads across my features
As a sister crosses the blanket
Protectively on indpendence day
But the prints of voice gave rise
To the identities of the mockers
who insulted me on the bus
a little over a year ago
Coming home from preparations
For our Love Dare challenge eighteen
In the name of the one of Light
In God's Wisdom, he was chosen
The one who spoke that death
will seal our fate in faith
'In my sacrifice, she'll love me more.'
I stood by him to the blindness of Jay
Who called him a girl for my mimicry
Of my husband on our wedding day.
My Heart has always been Bryon's property
My journey home was to his arms
He is not the dangerous one.
Open your eyes and see for yourself
Our love is my hopefulness
God is still working so our love
Is at the heart of the matter
Do not be afraid for me
Love found me waiting

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 30, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, May 6, 2011


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