Poetry-Hollow smiles

Jacob King

Blog #9 of 14




January 17th, 2013 - 12:21 PM

Poetry-Hollow smiles

Hollow smiles

Parading into a light of unintentional madness.
Let us beckon a plight of undesirable sadness
Bestowed and borrowed twisted chained up thoughts
Cut its throat into shreds with shards of bone.
I am pretentious glee caressing its splintered lips.
And as I smile with a morbid expression
Mirrored by hollow delight I bow to the butcher in a flightless plea.
We are nothing more than glorified meat.


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