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Parasite- A Woman's Unconditional Love Poem

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How Many Leeches Does It Take To Kill A Woman's Soul

Edvard Munch (Love and Pain)

Edvard Munch (Love and Pain)

Video of the Poem

Parasite---a poem

PARASITE


As much of a parasite you are,

that much of a glad host i am.


You leech of me,

tirelessly,

so naturally accustomed.


Like a Virginia Creeper on a dry wall,

you latch onto me.

I am infected by you,

Willingly,

i let you.


Strange,


Neither i drained,

nor emaciated.


Rather oddly, drenching in famine,

i look for ways to give you,

even more-

even more than,

.

.

.

yesterday.

Analysis

A woman's love is like diving into the ocean. The deeper u go, the harder u fall in love. This poem is a brief window to a women's soul. a reflection of her true feelings, so sacred that it takes an extraordinary man to deserve her.



© 2021 Shayeeda Shady

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