She was Summer Storms

 

If you haven’t started following The Reverie and the Monday Prompts you really should…
Here is a poem written for the most current prompt!

The Reverie

So I brought you a pretty cool prompt full of lots of words to use! Here’s my take on it. Enjoy!

Remember, you have to link your entry up by tonight at midnight to be in the count for tomorrow’s voting!


She had this way of sipping denial
One hundred proof, straight chasing like whiskey
Her restless mind swayed by expectations
And she only sleeps when it’s raining

Her voice held the shiver of jittering emotions
Never able to hide her mask of Cain
I thought, this girl could sing her own obituary
If I could hold back the rain, would you numb the pain?

She held the curtain closed like a consolation prize
Left me dangling with the burden of proof
I heard the music from the basement of her soul
And rain falls angry on the tin roof

Her lips were swollen with promises of melodies
And I was…

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