Crab Apple Cursefuck you and your thinly veiled words of romance,you drop eloquently delivered entrapmentsfrom your spider-webbed tonguescattering soft petals around our feet-I know if I lift the petals, I’ll find the scorpions beneath this isn’t a game, there’s nothing but bridges to go up in flame. you’re gone, gone, gonesomething so wild i could never keep up withan unfortunate story, my star child, but this cycle of nightmares and sweet fixes can’t just keep fixing itself, honey, we’re crumbling, leaving behind memories and dreams ofmagic in hotel rooms in the middle of the night.a promise is a diaphanous thing,and every time we get close to a raw spot,a connection more than carnala film covers my eyes,a dissociation with our take-and-take arrangement.when the hell did I ask you for promises?I don’t want your sunspots licking at my visionI don
MonsterYou’re just a demon who laughs inside my headI’m gonna look into the dark of youuntil I blossom like a bruiseI’m gonna tease out hidden parts of youuntil you use every excuseto explain me awayI’m gonna go ahead and sink right inI love to watch you shiveras I spread beneath your skinI’m gonna eat you up, sweetingclaiming more of you untilI’m in everything you seeI crush you from insideI kiss you with my scarsI’ll gobble you up and everything you loveYou’re a rat caged by my ribsyour freedom is my choiceWear me like a badge or a like a hidden tattooregardless of your choices, I’m a part of you,I’m gonna live in the dark part of youand you can’t tear me outas you suffer my bulkin the fragile frame you areWhen you bite your lipdo you taste blood?I’m in the iron and the mudwhen you pinch your thighsdo you feel me then?I live in the red marks on your skinYou’re a pain t
Day 27- WaspsI am bleeding waspsthey pop from my open veinto crawl in my bloodthey shake their wet wings, flightlessthey crawl on my shaking handsI crush them, more comefat stingers rest on my skinI am stung againGod help me, I am bleedinga thousand stings from within
Day 26- WildfireI heard the rabbitsas they fled the burning woodsand like me, they screamed.