Cape Vulnerable


Danger lurks in wild-eyed faces.

Thoughts restrained to assuage feelings inverted debases.

Danger thrusts a third eye world view,

of hatred and vomit a careless overlook of blind men seeking to anew.

Danger conquests damsel in distress.

Jeans make it pleasurable for when she denies its requests.

Danger,

danger,

danger, –  it haunts her.

She sees what she wants to see; how it taunts her.

Hush little darling, remember naive, white rose petals,

Dreams hijacked by villains in full uniform metals.

Skettled and nettled – itching to find a place to seek comfort.

A goose down feather pillow makes a dream fit for the unfit.

Danger.

Danger.

Danger, it hawks in on her.

Hush, little darling – feed thine hunger, mother goose is baking in the oven.

Commit to a mind of normal functions. Emotional battery, maternal coven.

Reach not for this soul. It is claimed and is bold.

Wretched and lectured- ears buzzing with sensory ejaculation.

Sleeping partners do just what the contract state. Don’t let this assume an identity of edification.

Soothe, muse, love every bone,

ever tenderized bruise.

Damsel will never see you fall from your pedestal – you can never lose.

Choose, use -in moderation – her body will allow you to take so know thine limits

Infants on feet -rapping at the  doors -ready to impose a new order in the house of the fidgets.

 

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19 thoughts on “Cape Vulnerable

  1. For some this reminded me of a couple of songs from back in the nineties… Cape Fear and Living in Danger… that’s just me though my mind wanders and if you look closely into my poetic efforts you will find borrowed lines from rave songs (I am being totally serious). Excuse me if I mistaken but did my article in Woodman help in any way?

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  2. Your poetry here is excellent and it reminds me of DADA poetry.
    The unique way you have with words is my favorite.

    I imagine one day, you and I, collaborate on a poem together. Imagine how much of a riot people would feel about our writing?

    Beautiful work Daisy, please do more and continue in doing what you do. You are an inspiration to me my friend. 🙂

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