Poetry

Wild And Wicked

It was the wickedness of your soul
that drew me to you. That wild glimmer
in your eyes, held me captive. Every breath
was a gentle whispering, like a hummingbird
in flight. Together, we conquered. Together,
we prevailed. Together, time was our enemy.
At last, together, we lost it all.

© Sarah Doughty

For the #MayBookPrompts – And Then There Were None

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44 thoughts on “Wild And Wicked”

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  2. I really liked the words and how they flow, the passion, but I don’t understand the wickedness of your soul, combined with gentle whispering like a hummingbird in flight. This latter reminds me of a beautiful vision of peace and serenity. Can you explain this to me? I really love your poems and typically “get” them. But, this one throws me off.
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