harlot piece

 

minstrel’s malady
deepest burgundy
scoundrel’s savagery
plundered imagery

yoke is hate
minds elate
soul’s state
closer to fate

toiled taboo
eyes eschew
the piece of you
speaks adieu

 

2013

About chester maynes

poet, and a lover of music and books.
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3 Responses to harlot piece

  1. Your poetry reads like rap, yet has its own style too. I like it! Thanks for stopping by my blog and for the follow.

  2. Maya Youngfeather says:

    Reading it again time later had me realize it from different perspective.

  3. oldspouse says:

    Hello, Chester,

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