Queen of Heart

Queen of Heart

Allow me to
peek inside
your heart
to view
delicateness
intricacies
those wounds
of many lovers
past
so he could
feel closer
show me
your complexity
vulnerability
the shame
entrenched
deeply locked
inside thee
so he could
learn to
understand
the world
she called
a tragedy
she gazed
at him
with fearful eyes
frighten of
his meaningful
intention
her heart
it pounded
oh so loud
she thought
it would
break or
shake mountains
a tiny
whisper
deep inside
reminded her
of wolves
disguised
as lambs
to the slaughter
his charm was
honey to her
lonely signs
captivated
by his lies
story books
held promises
tales of wise
heroes saving
damsels in
distress
she resigned
to open up
Pandora’s crate
of broken hearts
introduce him
to her wounded
inner child
alongside her
mistress
so incredibly wild
he absorbed
her history
with seeming
grace
he would
touch her
brow
and wipe
tears as
they fell from
her fragile face
but his
objectives
they were not
virtuous
as her love
grew she
did not
notice
the restrictions
constructions
he would
create
slowly this
love turned
into hate
upon that day
awoken for
her slumber
a storm
brew
his anger
his thunder
those tender
loving eyes
turned into
weapons as
he cast his
misplaced hurt
vengeance
justification
as he threw her
Pandora’s box
with its contents
at her feet
the pain inside
became
a monster
suppressed in time
her secret fiend
she opened up
her volcano
exploding years
of repressed grieve
trust diminished
fury released
her witch was
woken
liberating her
internalise queen
a cascade
of ferociousness
once unspoken
flew at him
an army
of inhibited
girly charm
unleashed
victorious
this queen of heart
she found the
courage to
depart
a fortress
build with
masculine
steel
broken dreams
disillusioned
hopefulness
appeared to
be surreal
she stole
his horse
her wildness shone
freedom taste
delightful
on her
unshackled tongue
he stood a gasp
in disbelief
with a lightening
bolt she
was gone.

MM c2015

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