Poison (2015) - Poem by M.W. Styner
Lock in a chamber.
Lungs are atramentous.
Half of the heart is beating.
The other half is trying to breathe life again.
Cloth in scars so anxious to be covered in his skin.
She abducts his emotions.
Silence each drum.
Willing to sacrifice her soul.
She consumes every memory.
While patiently waits for you.
By: Milton Styner Jr.
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