Princess Kathleene Gabunales


Parasite - Poem by Princess Kathleene Gabunales

what is slower than a worm on the ground
or a turtle hatching eggs in the sand
this one is eating a leaf
crawling in the skin like a leech
no more blood
no more pain
light a candle in the midst of the night
burried in the grass
some broken glasses
blurry eyes touching stones
in the corner where the rain pours
when dreams are strike by lighting
hidden under the table
is a fertile soild open to bare a seed
sprout for another tomorrow
if not the next morning
moving closer and closer
not getting any faster
with speed no less than snail
beg on your kness
and feel the pain next time
oh don't forget a piece of cake
slice in half but not for two
not for you.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 8, 2010

Poem Edited: Wednesday, April 21, 2010


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