The Secret

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In his world there was no place for weakness
or so he said to his lady fair. “Oh! secrets you
say?” she whispered with an apple blossom in
her hair. “Though you lean upon with broken
heart; under thus lawn than skies more clear.
Bless the ends that brought us here; so much
to hope and none to fear.”

Thus held his thoughts their dark career; Lo!
chiseled face so raw and vicious; spoke on the
darkest evening of the year. “Patient my dear,
your tender heart can not bear. Hear so gentle
wind and waters near; making song for lonely
ear.” No sooner had she turned around; heard
pensive laughter, inhuman sound.

In bloom of peach and rose’s bud;
He lusted for her flesh and blood.

 

Photo credits: ru.dhgate.com

Posted for Midweek Motif @ Poets United

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64 thoughts on “The Secret

    • Sanaa says:

      Hello Thotpurge,

      Thank you so much, so glad you liked it 😀
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  1. HA says:

    I really like the phrasing and how it’s penned… one word after another creating a perfect rhythm. Kudos to you for that!

    And yes, that twist was delicious. 🙂

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  2. kaykuala h says:

    In bloom of peach and rose’s bud;
    He lusted for her flesh and blood

    Obviously she had met her match. Or perhaps a tad too aggressive for comfort!

    Hank

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  3. L. Moon says:

    How many women are drawn in thus? (Maybe not to a vampire.)
    Your prose is softened sweet and razor sharp.
    Hope you are having a delightful week (be safe)

    Much love
    La Luna

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  4. Kim M. Russell says:

    I really like the form you’ve chosen for this – like a chest holding the secrets of the internal rhymes. And then you open it and release the rhyming couplet as if it were Pandora’s box or a vampire’s coffin.

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