tagNon-Erotic PoetryDank Undergrowths

Dank Undergrowths


Silently, walking in quiet corners,
along corrugated walkways
sometimes the flapping of
a butterfly wings
they serve merely to feed

denizens of the forest,
cackling underfoot
as the growth lies high
and dry
baby eels, slugs
of multitudinous colors
why is He enamoured
of all that glitters,
some of that lies
deep in lissom depths  

clammy and cold was His heart,
                     she left it bereft
and then
along came a spider
who gobbled like a turkey
re-gurgitated Him
                     whole and born anew

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