“La Prière de Lune Fleur”

She bleeds emotions and writes her feeling down like ink,
When you meet her, she appears emotionless and cold,
But she’s just drunk off lies and betrayal, It’s an all too familiar drink
You see she just wants to protect what’s left of her soul,
Momma never understood her cries,
Its blood on that man’s hands
A distance memory she bid adieu
It’s so sad but true
No one will ever understand the things this Lunar Flower go through…

She bleeds emotions and writes her feeling down like ink,
Words cut deep, watch as her vitals beat through, she so much more than human
She bares it all on her petals, this flower so translucent,
But the emotions she still bleeds
Each word so surgical as she speaks
Understand that this Flower is only human she’s made mistakes,
She wants something true, so sick and tired of the snakes,
This flower bends but never breaks from the heartaches,
She could give a damn about your complaints,
When her own flesh betrayed her so long ago,
With petals like stone just where the love have gone,


She bleeds emotions and writes her feeling down like ink,
Her heart filled with holes, but the last petal of her soul she’ll never let go
Before you judge there are roots to this flower you’ll never know
What’s left of her innocence she keeps close,
This is a flower that bloomed from the dark side of the moon
No one will ever see the world from her stained view,
Each petal that falls, a new hurt, A flower that never knew earth
A special Rose that grew from the Lunar dirt…

Published by

Amir Holloway aka DatGuy

I am a poet, writer, and self-published author of the new Anthology of poems and erotic shorts stories Sex with Luna. A big nerd, but hopeless romantic, I have spent most of my time reading while writing poetry and sensual shorts of my daily adventure in life! Currently, I am working on my first novel Rose Red, Snow White, that's heavily influenced by Zane and Stephen King (My two Favorite authors of all time).

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