AlissaMarie Unknown

Rookie - 0 Points (May 8th 1982 / Pittsburgh)

Soul Search - Poem by AlissaMarie Unknown

Temptation feeling utter remorse.
Cold wet bodies naked under a full
red moon. Gazing up rain drops splash
upon the surface. Heat waves crash
as bodies intertwine. Lip locked hands
clasped a puzzle complete.

Light webbing on the sould of the bodies
who's lost control him or her no one knows.
uncontrolable despair for no one was prepared
to a lovers kiss deadly as sin they grew fear.

Waking of the morning sun hazy apperances features
controlled they walk away. Never turned back not feeling
any regrets to remain friends was their goal.

Into the future a task uncomplete time revealing a curse
she was doomed to repeat. Despair and uncontrolable
lust heart torn apart death lingers in the air.
Red turned to orange the moon fades upon the body
of her lost humanity she is no more.

Confiding in his arms her last breath she took. Feeling
complete only a second more he parts leaving only
cries of a wolf wounded by each others cares.


Comments about Soul Search by AlissaMarie Unknown

  • (5/12/2006 12:28:00 PM)

    lust is a powerful demon, too powerful to overcome, but so beautiful, many dont want to overcome it. it nature's driving force, the one that can run us if we are not careful. this is a beautiful poem. it shows that ultimately it can destroy our lives. well lit. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 11, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 17, 2006

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