Armed and Dangerous
My weapon—the pen, which
is a sword. I am dressed for
writing, wearing an open, vulnerable
Beware the words that
spin from the implement I
thrust to the virginal flesh of ivory
For it is sharp as a
knife, and can draw blood, both
mine and yours. I am armed and
dangerous. Choose your weapons
carefully, and aim for my
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What a powerful poem you have here.
It’s your images, and your direct address to the reader.
I love it.
You shine in this poem.
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Mary, that is awesome to hear coming from such a poet. Thank you!