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Nomads of the Underworld

by laura inglese 

Posted: 17 July 2011
Word Count: 86
Summary: This collection of poetry reflects the psychological sufference of a traveller on her train of thought,often alone in resolving problems and combatting her fears.

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Canceled Gaze.
anceled gaze on a grey face.
Grave, the place where her mind lays
Sporadic temperament of a husband
she is slave to,
make no sudden movements,
she's likely to knife you.

A viscious angel
wasn't born among barbed wire
but thorns grew around the roses
that imprison her now

Chamomile flowers
soothe her wounds
adn her womb bears a child
she devotes herself to.

Her veil cancels any expression
that should appear on her brow
but observing her embraces
her love escapes the shroud.

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