Diseased, Dressed to Kill

Written in response to Kindra M. Austin’s My Melancholia

 

camouflage contamination

dress distress

glittered

metaphorical mélange

write wrongs

mournful songs

float

horror clowns

ballooned

botulistic buffoons

festooned

ribbons and pearls

silken whorls

miss the girls

unkissed

twirls

virtue festered

swirls

worry a decayed tooth

aching

with heartless tongue

suppurate

my soul

paint lipstick

fuchsia figments

re-imagine

haute couture

putrefaction

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