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Tear Me

Poetry for Martin Rushton’s never ending poetic chain and Tej’s prompt Knife

Dear Tej honey
grab a knife, sharp and shiny,
tear open my hairy chest,
pull out my hardened heart,
roast it to eat,
or boil
before you gobble,

Yours hot and romantic,
Chest nut.

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Thank you Tej.

Visit this link to find her poetry and prompt.

Thank you Martin Rushton.

Click this link to find the never ending poetry’s origin

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A creative neuro-scientist, fascinated by the world of fiction and ageing neuroscience. Email @ Wordpottery@gmail.com

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