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 Category:  Fantasy Poetry
  Posted: August 19, 2017      Views: 123
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Barb works at the local food bank volunteering her time at the country market. Barb has lived just about every profession there is to do. She has had a wild ride in her lifetime and uses poetry to tell everything. She is a cancer survivor. She hates - more...

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Chapter 91 of the book Family7
"The Siren's Song" by Barb Hensongispsaca
It drifted o'er the waves so soft
I almost missed its lure.
Surrounded me like gentle fog
arising from a moor.

Consumed me with a passion's lust
that pulled upon my soul.
My heart beat fast, my breathing stopped,
I felt its pleasured toll.

It filled my ears with passion's bliss,
my mind went overdrive.
I had to have that siren's kiss
I've n'er felt so alive.

My hands were tingling, shaking, too.
My heart began to ache.
I then lost every sense of time.
I took all I could take.

The siren's lure was driving me
to madness and beyond.
I stopped my boat and waited there
while voices 'round me spawned.

My mind was in a tug of war,
I felt that I should run.
But I was lulled into a peace,
I knew that she had won.


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