A Love Poem: I Love the Girl with Venom
Love Poem by a new pen
This is a love poem written in four stanzas. Each stanza has seven lines. This love poem is not that big. There is no rhyme scheme in it. You can call it a prosaic verse. Read this romantic poem and enjoy it. If you like it then please let me know.
I LOVE THE GIRL WITH VENOM
I love the girl with venom,
Acrid sulfur odor her breath emits
Spreads poisons her very presence;
I love that poisonous lash
With charming eyes of a black cobra;
Blood is green in her blue veins,
She has the bite of a snake.
I love the poisonous girl,
The girl who one day called Satan
To give her soul away,
To be her slave,
To bring darkness and death;
I shall call Satan oneday
To give mine away.
I love the girl who will destroy,
Will overshadow the sun;
With her black wings invisible
Her very soul will travel the world;
I shall give my soul wings,
It will fly high
With her to the bottom.
I am in love with the venomous lash,
Who can be here anytime
And lo! She vanished with a flash,
With scarcely any smoke;
My heart and soul would follow
Her to the sky and below the ocean
I love my lovely deadly lady.
This is my first endeavor to write a poem. I am not a poet and I have not any experience in this art. You may find it ridiculous or of low standard. Please advise me about my mistakes and pardon me if I heart the poet inside you.
I am waiting for your comments.
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