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Sorrow's House

Sorrow's House

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Published by: ieatmagic on Feb 13, 2011
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Sorrow's House
 In sorrows fractured greenhouseyou traded fabric discussions(scissored from your bombazine)for paper patternsand cabled words,strawberry-seed eyes little against berry-bloodied teeth.Those rat-bitten, garish mapsof bodice-ribstwin shoulders, coloured with hard-wovendyes. My skirts are violentagainst your unholynails, scattering crossed touches on my veins.Your ill humour betrays a blushing brideinsidethe small screenplay that you invented.It was meant to serve its timeas an hourdoes a minutedoes a seconddoes a dropof sand sitting in a wasted wine-glass.Full of film-reel lips and wrinkled ideology;ruptured skins and blemished rhymes.I raised a cross to petition you,revoke your petty scheming.Your desultory days inside thatfogged greenhousesauntered by fashionably,untried and untasted by a virgin tonguelike mine.You didnt want my tastebuds tarredlike the Queens rosesand to unstitch your throats pale flesh, redas those sun-fed blossoms that were paintedlong ago.Like the moon's gauze,paper without inks careless clothing.

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