Shirley K.W. Ka
Rupture - Poem by Shirley K.W. Ka
A simple kiss,
A warming wrap...
Passionate emotions created ripples in effect…
Angry radiation disguised;
Cloaked in red:
As love crashed;
And sound waves hit,
Like aggressive shock waves in attack.
The crust, it cracks...
Heart plates pulled and torn apart
Magma pushes to the top
Like a raging Dragon spouting fire:
Lava shoots out,
Eroding...through the flesh.
Crumbling into ash.
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