Shards of Broken Glass Wordplay

Shards of Broken Glass ~

It is best not to play near

sharp,

broken glass despite

hypnotic,

gleaming rainbows,

prettily

dancing upon the edges.

Shards of Broken Glass Wordplay

Sometimes the most beautiful things are the most dangerous things. This even goes for people, too! Of course, not all lovely things, or people, are dangerous. But, it does tend to be that dangerous things, or people, are usually quite lovely. 

Shards of Broken Glass Wordplay

I am not trying to be redundant, but I just want to help protect decent folks from deadly poison wrapped up in satin and bows, and daggers disguised as jeweled body decor that one might mistakenly wear around their neck. 

Shards of Broken Glass Wordplay

Roses have thorns,

and PG13 movies

are often filled

with soft-porn. 

Glistening turquoise

oceans contain sharks,

and many cute dogs

have bites that are

much worse than their barks. 

More:

Beyond Star Trek

Dogs with Wings

Backwards People

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Yancosky

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6 comments

    • Sooner or later, I am planning on deleting all my poems and writings on WordPress and just printing them all for a binder.

      I’m not on Twitter, anymore, and I only go onto Facebook to check out a few updates with the news, and keep in touch with very few people.

      I do like Pinterest, though, because there is so much information on there and such unique ideas and recipes. Plus, I have all of my Memes up on Pinterest.

      Blogging isn’t always about quality of creativity, but also has a lot to do with SEO issues that aren’t necessarily about the actual writing, itself. Some of these things are: Proper Keywords, Tags, Search Engine Friendly Titles, ETC,. And though I understand much of the SEO issues, I’m just not that much into dealing with all those Search Engine & Traffic details. I just like to keep it simple.

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