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The Spider Woman Poem Written By Justin Blaauw Mar 2010

The Spider Woman Poem Written By Justin Blaauw Mar 2010

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The Spider Woman Poem Written By Justin Blaauw Mar 2010

The Spider Woman Poem Written By Justin Blaauw Mar 2010

The Spider Woman Poem

Somewhere from the shadows deep,
You creep into my decrepit bed.
I must sleep,
And you caress my tussled hair,
And tease me with your angel breath.

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Far away I can hear you whisper,
Keep my secrets for me,
Lingering thoughts of passion,
Murder and intrigue as your hand
Wanders over me.

I ne’er felt this way before,
The prison doors are barred and shut.
I sleep alone at night in the shadows,
With you alone in my bed,
With you alone in my head.

I feel I should tell you everything,
Everything about the past; good old me.
The nice I was outside of here,
The things I did to get me in,
The things I scream about,
The puddles of sin.

And then you kiss me,
hot breath and wires,
tall tales about love as your breath
expires,
inspires,
heart beats,
catch the liars.
Sleep.

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