olivia helmes

Rookie (1/10/94 / Georgia)

What A Beautiful World - Poem by olivia helmes

A burst of liquid made way for pain
Rhythmic in its pattern
Father father she screamed
Of that day ever since its happening I have dreamed
She stood at the top of the stairs
Wailing and Pleading oh please don’t you dare
Never a man not to take a dare I accepted with a mischievous grin
Well with a plop against each stair as to the floor she rolled
But truth be told
I took from her her flower and replaced it with my seed
As a father of great standing in the community would you not have done the same
I think so indeed
And why not I ask you
Not mangled or gored just beaten and bruised along the newly laid floor she was strewn whimpering as if she had been abused
The abomination feet caught half out by appearance looked like a human to me not
Unless my old lady of some good 15 years hadn’t found the remnants in the garden she would be here today
Beg my pardon dear but you look painfully cold
Maybe my new lady will not be as you
, bold, oh too bold


Comments about What A Beautiful World by olivia helmes

  • (3/20/2009 8:38:00 AM)

    a great one there....will love to get an indeph explanation by u...will appreciate if u read mine too..ur comments are welcomed (Report)Reply

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  • (3/20/2009 8:30:00 AM)

    a great one there....will love to get an indeph explanation by u...will appreciate if u read mine too..ur comments are welcomed (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 8, 2009



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