By Roxxi

You cut my resolve,
Like grapes from the vine

You cut my hair,
Like silk from the worm

You cut my clothes,
Like wind through the streets

You cut my heart,
Like water through the weeds

You cut my love,
Like grapes from the vine

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Copyright 2019 Roxxi
Published on Tuesday, January 1, 2019.     Filed under: "Love" and "Poetry"

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  • SolApathy On Thursday, January 3, 2019, SolApathy (559)By person wrote:

    ...There isn't much to say when the perfection of simplicity strikes the page. Great write, deep and emotionally fulfilling.

  • Sorrowful Jester On Tuesday, January 1, 2019, Sorrowful Jester (146)By person wrote:

    Love it! I like how emotional your poem is. I like how you don't care about size. So you probably won't end up writing bullshit to make it longer (I hate fillers, they only make your poem longer, but they --most of the times-- are at least mediocre, and ruining it. I could show you one of mine as an example. When you start saying (while reading it for the first time) something in the lines of "ooh this is goooooood", you find one of those filler verses and say something like "why? why would he add this? Did he get a stroke, or is this a filler?" then again you say something like "hmmm, interesting", and so it goes.... on and on and on..... I love it. Don't add more verses if you don't feel like doing it or if the feeling you had while typing it is lost. You, probably, don't want to make it look like it was written by two people.

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