Digits

By I IS ME

I caught a fish this morning
I hooked him real good
He told me a tale of the open sea
I released him, why destroy freedom

I caught a fawn at noon
I held it by the neck
It told me a story of loosing it mother
I let it live, why kill innocence

I caught a bird today
Held her by her wings
She sang me her name
I let her go, why corrupt beauty 

I meet you last night in the bar
I hooked you, held you, and spread your wings
You told me a story of all your pains
Looking at you now sleeping, I know I"ll never let you go 

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Copyright 2018 I IS ME
Published on Tuesday, October 9, 2018.     Filed under: "Love" and "Poetry"
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  • Luna Jay On Tuesday, October 16, 2018, Luna Jay (622)By person wrote:

    This is so so beautiful. So breathtakingly heartfelt, made me well up a little. Such beauty u can ink.

  • I IS ME On Tuesday, October 16, 2018, I IS ME (794)By person wrote:

    Well hello Miss Luna, we thank you for reading and commenting

  • Mer Jim On Thursday, October 11, 2018, Mer Jim (1)By person wrote:

    I like this very much. Reminds me of Jacques Prevert.

  • I IS ME On Thursday, October 11, 2018, I IS ME (794)By person wrote:

    We must check this out we're always interested in learning. Thanks for reading

  • Arwen On Wednesday, October 10, 2018, Arwen (261)By person wrote:

    A really sweet poem! I love it!

  • I IS ME On Wednesday, October 10, 2018, I IS ME (794)By person wrote:

    Have you ever gave your digits to a man at the bar

  • Arwen On Thursday, October 11, 2018, Arwen (261)By person wrote:

    No I have never given my digits to a man at a bar!

  • I IS ME On Wednesday, October 10, 2018, I IS ME (794)By person wrote:

    Miss Arwen we appreciate the read and compliments. We're suspicious

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