Shireen Ramadan

Rookie (14/5/2012)

Rose Married - Poem by Shireen Ramadan

Blood mattress, bloody married
To the fragile in his rot ov stench
Bloody ruby for futile under cheese
Scalp menstruated, I be the waste
Turning & twisting, his love machine is groaning
On mattress I be the virgin queen

Bloody Mary, bloody-married
To death in hands ov cold vengeful merry
Sweep sulfur, winter leaves & bloody genitals
On sheets ov occult I wrote blind immoral
Crows are knocking my brain to smoothe
Smoothing brains ov electrolysis

Decomposing epicurean, stabbing my tummy
To break hell in loose strains ov cuming
Under my gown, I watch the immune
Petrified in tubes & cockroach Baron
Vaporising my walls in moral self-consumed
To pay respect for his squeezed eyes ov doom

Locking me in elevator & I grow the handy
& membranes are swelling sepsis in stench ov vanity
He removed me in skins ov watchful infernity
Victorious from skull to feet, rosemarried heathen infinity
Earth pythons are coming to embrace the mistress
On mattress she was the mare insanity
Mutton fat boiling disease to sweat
On her bloody genitals like a Bloody Mary

& my ruins Utopian are massing everlasting
Scalping bible immune & children are drowning
Under my gown ov virtue we're drowning
Under my dignity, over the heavens
Over & over to lose their trace
Rosemarried in blood & earth over the weight

Blood mattress in his smell ov urine
Eating me throatful to his dig ov semen
Digged in semen & his rod oil ov stench
To dilute a virgin queen & smoke the heavens

Squeezing psychiatric in mental disorder
Pushing flesh 'in & out', slaughtering her breeze
His carbon angels are wounds & needles
Maddening justice from pains ov being real
Maddening mistresses over the hearse
From larynx to genitals to his shut eyes ov grave

I'm leaving his tomb forever, without thoughts ov eternity
The lost room ov Rosemary inside a virgin queen.....

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 25, 2012

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