Princess Kathleene Gabunales

Poison - Poem by Princess Kathleene Gabunales

boil the cold water in the deepest of your thought
hot smoke scattered the kitchen
later the entire house
clean up painful memories floating
soot in the ceiling look above
changing size and colors
touch thy skin and see what's beyond
forbid forgiveness
not this time around
knees on the ground
dark and dusty air stop your breathing
blood stains making water red
flow in the river and into the ocean
'till noone will notice
sunrise will come everything will perish
forbid forgivenss
but not forgotten
the red water surrounding the garden
where plants grow in doubt and in pain
venom rush through your veins
but lighting and thunder
bring out storm of hope
not bitten by an insect nor a snake
but venom travels in your blood
erase your mind
but in black and white you recall
a disease with no cure
not even with the purest water
slowly and everyday you're running away
no pulse suddenly

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 8, 2010

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