Angel Of Love

Poem By Brian Hinckley

I walk empty halls
feeling oppressive loneliness.
My mind dark and empty;
save one thought.

She replaces thought;
her eyes locking my tongue.
My angel of love,
my angel of death.

She taunts me with her words;
she teases me with her actions.
My angel of love,
my devil in disguise.

The halls fill with voices
as classes let out.
The sea of humanity parts
as she walks by.

With unbending purpose
she approaches me.
My angel of love,
my muse.

She sends my world spinning
with the touch of her lips to mine.
My angel sends my world crashing
as she walks away.

Why I wasn't expecting this,
I do not know.
I watch her as she walks
and smile.

My angel of love,
my heart in black heels.

Comments about Angel Of Love

image depicted very beautifully
Good work Brian...good use of language and memorable ending. I also like the imagery. Top marks! -Michael


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