Jealousy poem

Jealousy poem

He held her dearly to his chest

Whispering words confessed

I cannot exist without you

I am barren and void

No one can excite me as you can

There will be no replacement

No one to tease me and make me smile

She listened and believed

Ran her hand up to his cheek

Be real and tell me true

Her eyes were so very blue

He smiled down at her and said

You are my other half

Oh such wicked prose it kept her stance

She uttered back so are you

Weeks of desires only grew and grew

Than words withered and became very few

In the depths of darkness another stood

Wicked sweetness like syrupy wood

She clung and clung until he could not escape

Smiled in the darkness locking the gate

Despise and Jealousy blew up in the others face

You see Envy can be explosive in many ways

(c) B. A. Williams 2012

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epigramman 4 years ago tell an evocative story here through a stellar choice of words and narrative poetry - splendid you are as a writer - there is something deep and involving about the way you write and I am impressed.

Your bio and introduction is impressive as well - you are a writer's writer and a renaissance lady - and so very nice to meet you.

lake erie time ontario canada 12:38pm sending you warm wishes and good energy

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B. A. Williams 4 years ago from USA Author


Seems you are impressive as well, for each poem you write snatches a hidden thought or smile. Its a pleasure to meet you as well. *curtsies* like any renaissance lady would to a master of words.

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Angela Brummer 4 years ago from Lincoln, Nebraska

I feel past experiences as I read your clever words! GREAT HUB!

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B. A. Williams 4 years ago from USA Author


Thanks so much for reading. I have been reading some of yours today and am enjoying them.

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