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Snake Poem

by Liminality


The snake emerges

fully grown

from the egg,

the fake rattle-tail falls off.

It makes

the drone of a drum,

it takes

away the distance.

Reptile grooving

on the move

the feeling is

all that you want

you shed your skin

and wrap us all within.

The python eats the sun.


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Tue Aug 02, 2022 9:38 pm
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Nice rhythm poem! Like a snake.I don’t fear snakes lol.I have characters based on them.But thanks for the warning :D. I wonder what song it’s based on.When I first read this,I thought that it was about love.Now I think this might be just a trap.The kind of song sung to lure people to their very doom.Well,I hope that you will have a lovely,snake-free day and night.




Liminality says...


Thanks for the review! It was actually just an impressionistic piece, though I suppose snakes do have an association with the themes you mentioned.




Have you met a cow or another large animal?
— Liminality