Another’s Blame

Another’s Blame


Where an Angel fears to tread

Across cemeteries of so declined,

Never were her hands to hold

Sweet nothings of ne’er be thine.

Where Gods of love and thunder

Bare down towards his feeble recoil,

She lies in silence and quietly sleeps

Peacefully still, within nature’s soil.

Where Angels fear to tread

Over embers of absent pain,

Lies the body of one who cry’s for pleasures

Whilst dressed in another’s blame.

As Gods of love and war

Rain hail her feminine guile,

This angel lives for those she loves

And her eternal loving smile……








©Nick Hawkins, all rights reserved


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