Abduction

My veins feel like strings
Stretched and clamped at threshold
Down under Its feet,
Hung up I’m the treat
Never had seen a thing like this before,

I must but I can’t attempt to run
With my body wide open, I learn
That my veins can also produce
The sound of a Violin
Except of just transporting blood,

I smell mephitic; I’m static
I can’t throw my arms around
It’s pragmatic
It’s traumatic
I’m begging to be stitched and for a ground

This inimical awful creature I see
It loves to tinkle ivories
Strange but I hear the melody
Poltergeist is an excellent artist

I must but I can’t find my wounds
Is it that my spirit is fractured?
And the vapor is so thick and red
Like blood’s gettin’ remanufactured

See-sawing between senescence-adolescence

I smell mephitic; I’m static
I can’t throw my arms around
It’s pragmatic
It’s traumatic
I’m begging to be stitched and for a ground.

Written for Wordle# 24

The 10 Wordle Words used are 1. Hang, 2. Mephitic, 3. Ivory, 4. Poltergeist, 5. Static, 6. Inimical (antagonistic), 7. Threshold, 8. Fracture, 9. Senescent (growing old), 10. Vapor

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14 Comments Add yours

  1. Now this is creepy and the rhythm of it wow fantastic job!

    1. You are most welcome and most deserving

    2. That means a lot. Thank you!

  2. Great take and use of the words. It has a song like feel to it, inspired me to try another take……

    1. Thank you so much Sir, I would love to read it.

  3. Shards Of DuBois says:

    OMG Neeraj, that was awesome, felt like a song, like it could be put to music so easily. Really good piece!! 🙂

    1. That’s my signature style, ain’t it, to make these like lyrics?
      Thank you so much for appreciating. It means alot.

  4. Chatty Owl says:

    You write so well. Every word is a well-thought detail. Stunning!

    1. Thank you, if you think so 🙂

  5. Lala Rukh says:

    Excellent poem, I love the rhythm and concepts illustrated.

    1. Thank you.
      “Ishq” was a good read on your blog.

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