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Foul Kiss

by Brendan De Lucia 2 days ago in slam poetry

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Foul Kiss
Photo by Etienne Girardet on Unsplash

Milk white fangs sank their feet

deep into my nape while pale lips

whispered sweet nothings into my ear

At first I was weak, for a glorious voice

was all I could hear

Accepting the pain,

I could feel teeth on bone

Floating into black, the faceless

voice began to moan

Then my heart bloomed,

reminding me of my power

I must not allow this evil

to acquire this flower

Committing to self-love,

my blood quickly became toxic

The fangs retracted and

the voice lost its logic

My life drew swords with the legions

of my own hellacious abyss

Freeing my soul from such a

lovely, foul kiss

slam poetry
Brendan De Lucia
Brendan De Lucia
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Brendan De Lucia

My name is Brendan De Lucia, I am from Boston MA and I am obsessed with poetry. An easy way to describe what I do is to simply say, I bend words. You can find me on Instagram, Word.Press, Poetizer, and Facebook @Word.Bender.

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