poetry

The Catastrophe’s Out the Bag

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Warnings had been posted, 

defeated but alive. 

Rewarded to kill motivation and take away the drive.  

Like a genie in the lamp, Catastrophe was banned.

So Curiosity arrogantly took the challenge, becoming an adoring fan.

Recognized my stardom, knows who I am. 

Yet his mind was engulfed by visions of chocolate, atop all

his Sundae plans.

Investigating the ingredients, intrigued by ending proof. Compelled jealousies arose, 

from his bitter sweet tooth.

Angered by denial, 

calling for a truce, wondering how Catastrophe, made him so ruthless.

I became a cat of consequence,  ambush of seduction, 

an embellished intrusion,   

sprawled and enthused by his reduction. 

Entranced by his own swag, confident in his takings, 

allowing the cat out the bag, 

upon all his whining and caking.

Aloof to his confusions ,  perpetuating my egos growth, 

a satisfied rider into the sunset, 

staring eyes, proceeded to close.

Scared to make a move, counting fate to even manage.

Catastrophe gave him heart problems, as well as brain damage. 

Supposedly, another notch in his post, that went totally out of control.

Contents that broke his spirit, changing his player’s goals. 

His new adventure in life will now forever be, 

an infinite search, to find anything- that matched or compared to me. 

In my exit, his eyes filled, 

slowly, releasing a quiet storm, 

knowing quantity was now his venture, 

yet quality was what I owned. 

Saddened by my competitive nature, while my grin held his undying truth, his heart will forever long, 

for Catastrophe regarding, Curiosity’s insatiable, sweet tooth. 

By Tamara L.Dorsey-Moore

Thinker on the Loose~ The Cat that killed Curiosity 

Copyright(c) 2016 Reserved purposes intended for Tamara Moore and select audience.  (REBLOG) Mature Content 18+

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