Anatomy of Words

June 10, 2017
By AbbieBellos BRONZE, Ivoryton, Connecticut
AbbieBellos BRONZE, Ivoryton, Connecticut
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Favorite Quote:
I was not made with lightness on my tongue to be silenced.


WIth words of silk
And a mind of steel
Her blade cuts deep
Through the skin
Like butter
Straight into the
Heart

It bleeds out
The laughs
The pain
And the
Blood

They seep into
Your skin
Until it is
Absorbed like
A sponge

Wringing you out
Of every tear
Until
You are dryer than
The bone she cuts through
To enter your  bloodstream

Running through
Your vains
Icy cold
And summer warm
Infects your body
With emotions
You never
Felt
Before

It leaves you empty
But craving
So
Much
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