Anthony Daniels

Veteran Poet - 1,085 Points (08/03/1989 / Baltimore, Maryland)

Poisonous - Poem by Anthony Daniels

I swear to all that meet me beware for I should come with an extreme warning label.
I desperately need to stop doing what it is that I do there are far too many casualties that are laid to waste.

May the god's bless those poor souls who dare even attempt to approach me.
Not a single one of you is safe you will all fall when I am through no hard feelings this is just who I am and what I do.

I try to remain normal but normal just does not do it for me no matter how much effort I put forth my nature is to destroy causing others to suffer slowly.

If you think you are bold enough let me advise you to beware you might want to turn tail and run once I lock onto you with a venomously filled grip to kiss you with these poisonous lips it will be too late.

Too late for you to escape from me I laugh while you squirm and struggle to breath I relish in the sound of your slowing heartbeat as you are slowly becoming drenched, the venom covers your body so gracefully now this is exactly what your mom warned you about maybe next time before you act you will take head of the warnings and avoid this fatal attraction.

Topic(s) of this poem: tragedy

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 4, 2015

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