Discarded Damsel

by Debbie   May 13, 2007

I stood
awfully appalled
as he grimaced
in putrid contempt-
fire gone gray
in his ardent heart.
by reverting and averting,
he sniggered
like a sardonic steed.
as he warded me off
like chaffs driven away
by the gnashing wind...

© 2007 D de Lara


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  • 11 years ago

    by Edward D Zurovec

    I love to read poems and find their meaning, This one is the saddest and most appaling to my heart.
    I see a young Damsel caught in Slave trading,
    and the Dispicable bartering going on between buyer and seller. A price is set and The Damsel is purchased for his own lustful satisfaction, snickering, cold hearted as he carts away his new Sad Love Toy,
    Like chaffs driven away
    by the gnashing wind

    Peace and Blessings

  • 11 years ago

    by Marc Ortiz

    Lol I think I need a dictionary to read this haha.

    Anyway that was a superb write. Your choice of words is like a magic trick, it really amazes me. Your vocab is excellent. You're truelly talented.

  • 11 years ago

    by AllHailTheHeartbreaker

    Beautiful, open piece of writing. The topic is clear, but the message and the tone are both quite open to the readers' interpretation. Wonerful job.



  • 11 years ago

    by Tara Kay

    Your vocabulary is amazing, so unique. Well done on such another amazing poem. your flow and imagery was flawless
    well done

  • 11 years ago

    by Goran Rahim

    Wow, i think i have to have a dictionary in my hand to read your poems, but as always your poems are so inspiring because you are one of the most talented writer.
    you never disappoint me with your great works,
    keep it up dear.