The One You Love Now - Poem by Lorene Kinsey
In my dreams again, avoid her,
just a girl then. Walked on egg shells.
She is easily disturbed,
but I love her, drawn to her.
In this moment she is gentle,
angelic, precious in the dim light
of a fading bulb, reaches out to me
with kindness, though I know she
Bites like a beast, slithers, strikes.
She is not human.
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