One Line Poetry Game


#928

Him. The one that made me drift into an epiphany but now just leaves me high and dry.


#929

Dry your tears quicky, dry them before they drown you, dry, my dear girl, dry your tears


#930

Tears, your tears, are flooding this place, my Alice. Don’t resist insanity, it’s apart of me, embrace it.


#931

It thrives in darkness, it thrives it pain, and when it cries, its cries are mine


#932

Mine, my little piece of gold, in which I mined from your cave of despair and brought out the beauty.


#933

Beauty so mesmerizing, its got me in a trans.


#935

Trance, trapped me, I cannot think, my mind is gone, please set me free


#936

Free from these shackles of your undying hatred.


#937

Hatred of mine, I bid thee adieu, and while we’ve had fun, I’ve got more important things to do

(Bye! :))


#938

To the garden and the river in flood, clouds racing overhead.


#939

Overhead hangs the guillotine in your hands and you smile so frightfully down at me.


#940

me and my cat: living the good life, both partners in crime.


#941

Crime so cruel, I know what you’ve done


#942

Done away with, the past remains forgotten: I now step into a new dawn.


#943

Dawn starts to scuttle through the blackened sky.


#944

sky’s falling, chicken little; watch the world crumble at your feet and watch a mother rebuild it with birth.


#945

Birth brings blood to drip on the floor.


#946

Floor covered in death, a stain even Clorox can’t get out; embedded in memories, scarring the heart.


#947

Heart is open; beauty loves to flow.


#948

It’s taken as a token, never ending and slow.