Poem -

Broken

Broken

A spark of insanity,
With no shred of humanity,
Swims in those crystal blue pools,
Twinkle, sparkle like a jewel,

A certain spark,
Shadowed by dark,
Eyes, that could kill —
And will,

Masked by an identity,
A foreign entity,
Who has biting remarks,
Expensive cigars,

Yet, I charmed,
Completely disarmed,
By her aura — Golden,
I realize she’s broken.

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Gerard McGowan

What we see in other people can really frighten us yet inspire us to write.

Great write hazel.

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Hazel O’Grady

Thank you! It’s often our perception of a person is not the entire picture, but a fragment.

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Edward Williams

Holy crap that’s a good contestant fr the win beautifully wrightin absolutely love that one..i think it’s spose to be “an identity” 

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Hazel O’Grady

Thank you for the comment and love for the poem it’s much appreciated. I didn’t see a contest entry with the theme of “an identity” I am not sure what contest your talking about. I only know about February’s contest.

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Edward Williams

Lol no I’m sry i was pointing out in your poem u wrote “ a identety “ I belive its pronounced “ an identety “ because of the vowels clashing 

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Hazel O’Grady

I hadn’t noticed that, until you spotted it. Thanks 👍

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Edward Williams

Your very welcom I often .. very often make spelling and grammar errors I’m amature and think I might take some sort of wrighting corse lol

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