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By JPublished 2 months ago 1 min read

Hands that feed poison;

By those who beg only love,

Are justly bitten.

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I will not say: do not weep; for not all tears are an evil

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  • olymoolla2 months ago

    Your stat is challenging your story is so beautiful you write like this you will be a great writer I wish and yes one more thing please open my vocal id and a story come later

  • Tracy Kreuzburg 2 months ago

    This grabbed me immediately. The picture you shared to tie to the poem is a story I am very familiar with. I named my oldest daughter Tyra, a version of the Germanic god Tyr. My grandfather was a German immigrant to Canada. Fenrir bit off the right hand of Tyr who tricked him to trap him and sacrificed his hand to do so. My daughter is left-handed which I have always connected to the story. I know your poem may not be based on the story of Fenrir, but but the words are powerful.

  • Omgggg, this is soooo true! Loved this!

  • Cathy holmes2 months ago

    Yes! This is really well done.

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