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Winter and the Unfolding

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Winter and the Unfolding
Where with the cold
Before the ground surface overly freezes
When the cannibalistic things find themselves
Nestled between warmth and security
In a time where beautiful chamelion colors
Have over played their amazing statement
And the course furred predators
Brave the harshness of elements discord
These creatures in particular often meet an end
With this seasons howling laugh of wickedness
Their bodies are left suspended
Before times of prevailing decomposition
Then with Spring the inevitably coming feast
Which invasive nonsense, inserts treacherous science
To inhabit their cavity
Eventually, the dust of indigestisle meat and bone
Becomes an interwoven blanket
Inticately spread to the compromising soil
Which allows villains to consume all
In this criminal commission
Save for the wild and uncageable, roaming soul.

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A poem I wrote about how harsh the elements are.

ironbutterfly71
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Certainly using violent, grotesque imagery is a very effective approach to describing nature and the link between winter and death. Kudos for not shying away from the dark stuff. I don't think any one can be considered a good writer, poet, or...

Certainly using violent, grotesque imagery is a very effective approach to describing nature and the link between winter and death. Kudos for not shying away from the dark stuff. I don't think any one can be considered a good writer, poet, or artist for that matter, without dealing with the dark stuff from time to time.

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Brandon_Hennen
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I certainly liked how you played with your words. Very dark but well written. Spells

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