Poem: Tongue

One of the anatomies
Usage of many

Careful not to bite
Mountainous of blood cell

A way to
Commit suicide

Food is in front
Your tongue does the justice

Mouth opens slowly
I slip mine into yours to keep

Your body
Every inch of it, I’m tasting

The one that lie
Shouldn’t have cast the first stone

Who hasn’t said a mortal lie?
Offer my decapitated head then


2 thoughts on “Poem: Tongue

  1. myhongkonghusband October 1, 2013 at 1:59 am Reply

    your peoms are always so sad 😦 I wish something could me you and them more happy 🙂 PS I see you’ve changed your picture, really nice 🙂

    • Deborah Wong October 1, 2013 at 11:41 pm Reply

      Aww…1stly, thank you so much for your comment. Yeah, I speak my mind. I see things differently due to my past experiences, personal, or some that I’ve heard from friends. Hmm, happy poems. Yup, I’m in the midst of pumping lods of endorphins into me. As for my photo, I took it in Vancouver 3 years back. 🙂

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