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
catch the liars.