October 30, 2012

One poem by Beth Winter

Judas kiss

as brackish beads pollute spring rain
and orbs absorb infected red
betrayal breeds a filth-strewn bed

deception leaves acidic stains
defiling sleep as virtues weep
dishonor kisses tender veins

reluctance thrives in trust struck dead
and brackish beads pollute spring rain

Beth Winter writes poetry, prose, and anything else her itchy pen decides to scratch. She has authored over 600 poems, nearly as many journals and has possibilities piled around her. She lives and works in the beautiful Kansas Flint Hills. Read more of her work at: http://eclipsingwinter.com/

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