A Depraved Night’s Anecdote

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Stealth walked on your carpet,
tripped over threadbare deceits,
swept under.
thieving night light winked,
at you, wearing jaded genes.
wicked excitement beamed
through windows of decadence,
with indulgent mischief,
as sneaking pleasure got entrapped.

5 comments:

gel said...

I like this a lot, especially the personification "thieving night winked." Great photo, too. Did you shoot that? (I'm here from poetry train.)

Vita Stunder said...

I look forward to see your new poems every time!
You SHINE!

Keep shining :)
Anna

gautami tripathy said...

Loved the descriptions about the night.

honeyed glow

aila said...

"as sneaking pleasure got entrapped."
lively put! i enjoyed reading this poem. thanks a lot for sharing!

oilunderneath said...

"thieving night light winked"
^Amazing.


This poem was amazing, from wordplay, to flow, to...everything. You're extremely talented fellow group poet; I look forward to seeing more of your work.

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