Dangerous Love
Dangerous Love poem stories
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missrebeccaann
missrebeccaann I earned a Ph.D. in misplacing car keys
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“But he who dares not grasp the thorn
Should never crave the rose.”
― Anne Bronte

Dangerous Love

A seed is planted a flower grows from the soil unearths a rose. Ruby petals drenched in dew emerald stem breaking through.

Stiletto thorns stained with blood thoughts are riddled emotions flood. The crimson leaks from the skin pained with stings of mortal sin.

True loves gift seeped with danger, the piercing spikes from mother nature.

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