Spider Girl

Poem By RAMESAN V P

His spider eyes netted
And he whispered to her
We've enough freedom
For our body and mind.
As they attacked each other
With kisses so sharp
To bleed the lips of both
They got the stench
Of their mouth
When the emotional tide was over!
He enthused by lust whispered:
You're a virgin!
She gazed at the sky in dismay
But uttered: I'm not a virgin!
My hymen was ruptured
My vagina bleeding,
But for brutal rape!
I'm a callous street walker
I've tasted at night
I'm an absurdity of the day!
My eyes were nested by the bird
Of death at nights,
That return to my eye nests
At nights emerging bones
Of the dead from the pyre!
And I'm more than that!
You can taste me!
He in urge of insurmountable lust
Caught her to his fold as a bird
stripped her feathers to sight
The red flesh to eat in lust.
At the peak of insane dance
The rhythm of creation,
She ate him to put her lust down!
She was a spider eating mate
On impregnating her
To have healthy off springs!
She with spider eyes
Waded the night darkness
To seek a mate to taste her
And her to eat the mate!

Comments about Spider Girl

Well articulated and nicely brought forth with clarity of thought and mind. Focused and factual. Thanks for sharing Ramesan.
A good start with a nice poem, Ramesan V P. You may like to read my poem, Love And Iust. Thank you.


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