Hunter & Haunted



Blazed by balustrade of bed,

She smile subtly; shining was

Her eyes–ebony exotic enigmatic.


Tied tightly. Bite lightly. Skim deeply.

She is toy nothing more than that.

Night not old; night not young.


Want more. More she wants.

Inside her, insist she; escape I want.

Hunter chained, haunted unchained.


National Poetry Writing Month Day#12: A Poem Incorporating Alliteration & Assonance


17 thoughts on “Hunter & Haunted”

    1. Thanks…it was till now the most challenging prompt I had tried in NaPoWriMo 2017…all those repetation and taking care of the rhyme through that…I enjoyed a lot writing this poem…

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