Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Sweet Temptation (A Gift for Snow White)

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Do not be afraid, 
My dear,
I mean you no harm.
I am merely 
A poor grandmother,
Stopped to rest 
On my way home 
From a magical orchard.

You see, 
My child,
Inside the gleaming 
Crimson skin
Of this apple
Lies a secret:
Magic lives
In its juicy flesh.

I can tell,
Sweet girl,
From your graceful carriage
And genteel manner,
That you were not born
To toil in servitude
In a dark cottage
Such as this.

Do you really believe
That is all there is for you?
I thought not.
Your dreams,
The wishes your heart makes,
Can all come true,
If you only
Take a bite…


Laurie Kolp said...

Tempting and vivid, Mary... enjoyed it!

Judy Roney said...

You make this very tempting, I think I might take a bite. The payoffs sound wonderful!

Mary said...

Oh yes, payoffs are always promised. So many bite... and later regret. (Or do they?)

Susie Clevenger said...

Oh the temptations...bite and be this!

Andy Sewina said...

I'm sorely tempted!

Whitesnake said...

Read the above comments!

Promising Poets Parking Lot said...

dynamic imagery, well penned verse.

my heart's love songs on wordpress said...


dani ♥