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September 5, 2012

His clothes smell like cigarettes,

And his breath tastes like wine,

Mixed with the musky smell of him,

She is repulsed, yet strangely drawn,

To him, she is attracted.

A longing is awakened,

And her guts twist in desperation,

For he is so close,

Yet the distance between them is


As she feels his leg brush hers,

She wishes she could hold him to her,

Release herself to him,

And surrender.

But she can’t get through to him,

Tongue tied and locked up,

She keeps on drinking,

From this cup of misery,

‘Til it drips and oozes,

From every pore,

Then soaks and surrounds her,

So she is covered in a web,

Of heavy, woolen words

Knitted with threads of pointlessness,

And a lack of logical thinking;

He is so flawed,

But she loves his flaws.


From → Poetry

  1. Aah… beautiful

  2. “So she is covered in a web,

    Of heavy, woolen words

    Knitted with threads of pointlessness,”

    … nicely done. As a flawed men this gives me hope πŸ˜‰

  3. Beautiful! πŸ™‚

  4. I have no flaws. I do, however, have a unique collection of character quirks and points of differentiation. I seriously dig, your poem, too

    • That’s the spirit, Seb! I like that πŸ™‚

      Have an awesome day!

  5. Very intriguing…thanks..a very humane poem, seen with your eye.

  6. Brilliant .. Touched down to core …

  7. wonderfully written, sylv! such emotion and moving soulful rhythm. love this πŸ™‚

  8. Fantastic poem .Well done .Best wishes.Jalal

  9. angelicdemonic permalink

    He is perfectly flawed would be why.

  10. Love, love, love this!

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