A crime at dawn


A crime at dawn 


The colour is that of love

So vivid, so loud

When glowing inside you

Nothing can hide

 

The fragrance is that of joy

Twisting and twirling

With a rainbow spiral

Elevating you to heaven

 

The touch is that of passion

Amusement and wonder

Like a baby’s soft hand

Wrapped around your finger

 

So pretty, so graceful

in beautiful velvet dresses

Holding on to one another

As a loving family kind and tender

 

Gently warming your heart

With magical memories of all your loved ones 

Peacefully softening your soul

With words of praise

That you didn’t even know

You knew

 

Gasping for its final breath

This pure innocent soul

Was still giving away

So generously

All its being

Loving unconditionally

With no expectations

 

Along side the dying beauty

Was the murder weapon

Top quality stainless steel, they say 

So sharp it can rip a bone apart

The cold creepy jaw

Sends shivers down your spine

The painful pointy edges await in hunger

To claim the life of yet another victim

 

And if you look closer

With your eyes wide open

You might even see

The blood droplets

Of a dying rose

On the shiny sharp teeth

Of a stainless steal scissors


  

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