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On today's prompt "innocence", hope you guys like it ☺☺😊😊😊 ©

Today I speak my sin

The frowning cold of winter dusk,

The frowning cold of winter dusk, contrasts her passionate warmth;

The frowning cold of winter dusk, contrasts her passionate warmth; a storm outside of hullabaloo,

The frowning cold of winter dusk, contrasts her passionate warmth; a storm outside of hullabaloo, and one, of her own.

Disheveled, she observed her infant,

Disheveled, she observed her infant, placid hush on its form,

Disheveled, she observed her infant, placid hush on its form, a sullen quiet she kept her own,

Disheveled, she observed her infant, placid hush on its form, a sullen quiet she kept her own, so no one else can find them lone.

Soft treads she heard, time to time,

Soft treads she heard, time to time, atmosphere of suspense;

Soft treads she heard, time to time, atmosphere of suspense; broken by her dear's sniffles,

Soft treads she heard, time to time, atmosphere of suspense; broken by her dear's sniffles, taut; now what's to be done?

Death waited in footfalls,

Death waited in footfalls, to blow his sweet kiss,

Death waited in footfalls, to blow his sweet kiss, she tried to muffle the sounds of doom,

Death waited in footfalls, to blow his sweet kiss, she tried to muffle the sounds of doom, her rationality won her heart.

She left a burn from front to nape,

She left a burn from front to nape, on its supple contour;

She left a burn from front to nape, on its supple contour; a deathly quiet, unsure steps recede,

She left a burn from front to nape, on its supple contour; a deathly quiet, unsure steps recede, she silently wailed 'neath the God:

Clenching her religious symbol,

Clenching her religious symbol, "Why

Clenching her religious symbol, "Why didn't

Clenching her religious symbol, "Why didn't you

Clenching her religious symbol, "Why didn't you say

Clenching her religious symbol, "Why didn't you say no?"

This is a poem about a woman who ran away and hid with her child, during the riots, in a room, her baby is sleeping but later on wakes up and starts crying, she becomes so afraid of being caught that she smothers her child to save herself and later on regrets it and questions God, that why didn't he stop her. Riots kill many innocent lives in one way or another.

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