The Soul's Retreat

Requiem

by on Aug.09, 2010, under General, Poetry

Languid intoxication blurs my senses,
Liquefying the memory
Of the lies dripping
So easily from your lips.
Trying vainly to erase
The acidic bitterness
Drenching my soul,
Dousing the elegiac emotions
Inanely lingering.

Yes, your translucent demeanour flourished
Around my delicate psyche.
Those sordid acts of betrayal
Withering my soul
Still more
With each subtle blow.
Ahhh, I sip this blood red wine
In remembrance of you,
As I lay a rose
Upon your grave
And I dance…


1 Comment for this entry

  • Andrew Jenkins

    Excellent post, i did read it two times so sorry for this, i’ve passed
    it on to my friends, so confidently they’ll get pleasure from it as
    well.

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