DP (12/02/1968 / Georgia)

A Son's Fear - #313

I shiver against parental winds
of scarlet and crimson stain
To stand and hear the whirling throws,
the whipping shears of verbal blows
That evoke blustering pain
And in the midst of angry words
lie an expiring soulful sight
Of loves unbinding belief in violent and descending grief
As family ties die

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