Sucking red popsicles
Juicy cherry replace his lip stick
Poison fang fly like birds
Intruding ladies in dark wood
Caused it be the dirtiest horror
Kissing pale boys
He stroke her thigh
Biting her neck she shook in fear
Teen watched this film
Biting on popcorn to cool for a while
Drinking coke with lots of ice
But horror arose by movie desire
And hearing girls scream in the back seat
And guys cracking up in the front seat
But scream afterward
When the scariest man appear in 3D scene
My best guess:
"Sucking" put you at the tripwire
"He stroke her thigh" tripped you over it.
um, you may want to recheck your grammar and usage? I dunno...
English is not my first language. Hoping that soon I can expand my English writing on hub!
Since you have posted your poem to this forum thread, it will not be allowed to be published as a hub.
Hubpages doesn't allow duplicate content. Everything must be original.
I published it as a hub before I post it on forum, it wouldn't allow me to published it because of wording. I think "Sucking" and "stroking thigh" is the problem. I'm not sure. That's why I asked. Maybe I have grammar or my English suck. lol
punctuation maybe. cant be the wording from what i see. now subject matter on the other hand. i hate twilight movies. lol
I don't thing it was the risque language or the subject matter. I have used swear words and alluded to masturbation in my poems.
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