My Poetry

The Alien in the Alley

The Alien in the Alley

 

She is hairy and

Abstract

and lives on the

walls

with wings dipped in

black.

 

She’s not a cliché

fly.

She is a jaw-dropping

butterfly.

 

A goddamn mighty butterfly.

With

vivid, godly wings that

are

lengthy like sophisticated words.

She,

 

a spellbinding creature, surrounded

by

bile and fire and

hell.

 

Hell.

She thought Earth would

be

heaven for a goddess

like

herself but hell. No.

 

Hell

is all she’s found

among

the green and blue.

 

Loud and silent death. Melodrama. Garbage. Bubbles. Bruises. Odors. Vomit. Facades. Shit.  Concrete. Deceit.

 

A second poem published today, eerie like the other in honor of the first day of October! However, this one was inspired by enjambment. Hope you enjoyed it! Happy Sunday, and happy October everyone! Thanks for reading! Be sure to comment below and subscribe right below! 

 

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