Part of the Miscellaneous Poetry project.
Little Lucy sits on her balcony So she can hide from her demons. Eyes like sapphires watch for falling rain In the changing of the seasons. Alone with her thoughts and without a care, She comes to realize that someone's there. Little Lucy turns her head To glare at this intruder, Only to find herself lost In eyes of deep, dark pewter. The stranger stares at her, and she stares back, Unaware that her cool mask has a crack.
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Little Lucy conjures a spell To dispose of him brutally, But her uninvited guest smirks And laughs oh, so beautifully. The sound catches her off guard And rivals her beating heart. Little Lucy feels dizzy; She's a gasping, red-faced mess, But she powers through their chat So that she has no regrets. Lost in his everything, Lucy fights the urge to sing.
Little Leo takes a leap To meet their brand new guest; Instead he finds an angel Whose beauty caught his breath. He vows then and there to stay by her side, Unaware their downfall will be his pride... ... But for now, they hide.
Inspired by my original characters.
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