Lariel Morihsta

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The Innocent Lay - Poem by Lariel Morihsta

Strong Lavender filled her body and soul
The moonlight sparkling on her bare skin
As her Ornaments ravaged, violated
A Pair of brown spot stood on mountain top
Erected and no longer pure
Cities of grass wavered back and forth
She lay motionless,
Staring at stars that stares back
Brutal the heart of Men
Vicious the desire of their lust
For the moon lady witness without her voice
The violent wind cries without a face

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 22, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, May 23, 2011

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