Devil's Smiles

June 17, 2010
By BlueberryValentine SILVER, Kirkland, Washington
BlueberryValentine SILVER, Kirkland, Washington
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Sunken in a day-mare filled with screams
With eyes screwed shut does he dream,
For at the fabled step of heaven’s gate
This poor, disquixotted man does wait,
And he turns his face up to devil’s smiles
Which deosculate his cheeks, but all the while
His best friend waits for dead men’s shoes,
A dittology of friendship, he does deepmuse,
Until none too gently dawed by day-spring
And to him an omen a deathwatch does bring.


The author's comments:
A poem filled with unusual words written for school. Words taken from pages 56 and 57 of Word Museum by Jeffrey Kacirk.

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