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Eat me Alive

November 20, 2010
By AnonyMiss GOLD, Houston, Texas
AnonyMiss GOLD, Houston, Texas
16 articles 1 photo 30 comments

Eat me alive, darling
Lick away my tears, perfect statuesque doll
Sip from my blood, sugar
Please help me forget how I tried not to fall
Devour my ears, sweetheart
I don’t want to hear your sick lies anymore
I’m an edible hurricane, lovely
I’ll offer it all as you step out the door
Will you gnaw on my bones, honey?
You’re my personal heaven leading straight down to hell
I give you my heart, dearest
You have permission to feast on it as well

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AnonyMiss GOLD said...
on Dec. 9 2010 at 8:27 pm
AnonyMiss GOLD, Houston, Texas
16 articles 1 photo 30 comments
i appreciate all of your comments! this was sort of an experiment so im glad it was well recieved(:

on Dec. 8 2010 at 10:20 pm
SeptJess16 BRONZE, Brooklyn, New York
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Favorite Quote:
"Where classification is key, I want to erase the shred lines so I can be ME." - Stacey-Ann Chin

There are no words to describe what kind of writer you are, its poems like yours that make me want to write something as beautiful and powerful as this.

This is beautifully written & I love how its all dark and just so in your face.

I love everything about this, please continue.


on Dec. 8 2010 at 2:37 pm
NeverSayShhh SILVER, Two Rivers, Wisconsin
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Favorite Quote:
\"i dont think your beautiful, i think your beyond it\" [lil wayne]

this was everything the others said it was.... i really like it because it doesnt focus on the positives.. and we have to many poems like that.. (:

VAL508 BRONZE said...
on Dec. 8 2010 at 12:36 pm
VAL508 BRONZE, Plaquemine, Louisiana
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Your poem was deep!  I think this was a little too intense. Your poem is vivid and powerful!

p.s. Be strong boys are immature and time heals everything even broken hearts(:  

jojo said...
on Dec. 8 2010 at 11:00 am
that is a really good poem i really understood its meaning