You asked me if I liked to watch
men fall under my spell,
as if I weaved a clever message,
subliminal in my lines.
Let me tell you,
man I have never spoken to
And my poetry isn’t crafted
to ensnare unsuspecting men
to better understand myself.
I keep shreds of paper near me
at my desk, in my car, near my bed,
and somehow make sense of
fragments and pieces. It is like a
jigsaw of words, trying to escape
my mind, and I want to understand
the way that they build thoughts.
As for men, they are not my trophies,
nor are they my victims,
and if showing men my poetry makes
them fall in love, then
should I don a habit and
marry to a church?
Am I such a danger,
wielding a pen? Do my words
make you come alive?
Are you, too, under my spell?