Deceitful Naivety

her luminescent eyes burst swiftly, rivers of clustered dust better known as stars stream down her porcelain skin.

inevitable destruction molded with the crispy salts of the sea liquefy into gushing waterfalls.

submerging deeper and deeper into the ocean of her own deceit anchored by her lies. she is doomed for eternity.

the pretty princess cannot swim but she resurfaces no

the corpse resurfaces, empty of dreams. faith had dissolved at the bottom, love clung to her ragged edges, frayed at the ends around the areas of her body she deemed ugly.

perhaps her self-loathe weighed her down, so the ocean deity spares her out of pity.
poor pretty princess, what a fool.




Poetry by Val S.
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Written on 2018-01-12 at 01:43

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ken d williams The PoetBay support member heart!
Bravo! Looking forward to reading more of your poetry. Again welcome to poetbay.
Ken
2018-01-14



Yah, people like that are a fool. Good read.
Welcome to Poetbay!
2018-01-12


Thomas DeFreitas The PoetBay support member heart!
Welcome to Poetbay! And thank you for a very fine first offering.
2018-01-12