Penelope’s Poems

April 6, 2009

Painted Lady

Filed under: poetry — penelopephoebe @ 7:48 am
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Painted Lady

 

Just like a moth ‘round the flame of a candle,

Close to a love that is too hot to handle,

The painted young lady flies out through the door,

Ignoring the warnings; she’s heard them before.

Her parents can’t stop her.  They pray for her sake,

She’ll not pay alone for mistakes she will make.

So goodbye to innocence, goodbye again;

Embrace in your arms, love’s delicious own pain

And when it is over, I hope she will see,

That though she’s alone, she has some dignity.

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