Hannah II: Calefaction | Teen Ink

Hannah II: Calefaction

October 26, 2013
By xG4RY GOLD, East Falmouth, Massachusetts
xG4RY GOLD, East Falmouth, Massachusetts
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Favorite Quote:
"The shorter it is, the more well said it is."

Fire-side. Divisions hemming -- solitude.
Aware of teasing fervor beckoning
Me forward into endless altitude...
To only tumble down, unsettling

Twine cordage; branding disowned pellets,
Which hemorrhaged swain barren on the wastes;
Forsak’n to burn-up with thoughts of their fellate,
That warm vulgar tongue and thine lips did taste.

While sweltering antics only oppressed
This incandescent fury baking below
Pellet riddled flesh. Scorching your undressed
Breast too bare what you are, just a dutch-hoe.

Yet...as seasons smolder, this mind can’t end
The axiom: to write of you won’t bend.

The author's comments:
In my opinion this is my most powerful sonnet yet. This is the second in, I guess you could say "series", not saying there will be more...but for now there are two. Please if you liked this and haven't read, Hannah I, please go check it out. Thank you to anyone who supports me by Rating and Commenting, whether it is bad or not I appreciate it.

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