Gasoline Tears, Poetry by Gina Walker III

WILDsound Writing and Film Festival Review

Genre: Relationship, Dark

Gasoline Tears by Gina Walker III

She looked at him with anger

How could he impale her with his wit

You could have said that you hated me

As the black sun rose in the dead of winter

Scars to last a lifetime

Blemishes of a renewed threshold

Torn to shreds like a lions prey

Guess we will never know love she said

As the gasoline came out of her eyes

And the sweat of blood upon the pillows and sheets

Fire of vomit project out from her mouth and heart

There it is; lust, hate, love, desire

And he burned just like her daddy

With those gasoline tears

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