Flashback Friday With DarsaPoetry: THE WARRIOR’s revenge 

Forgive me Grimms!

I have been skipping out on Flashback Friday’s these last few weeks and I apologize. However today’s Flashback will make it up to you tenfold. Today’s post comes from a blogger that I have only recently discovered.

DarsaPoetry recently followed me and thank heavens for that or I may never have discovered such a talented writer. So today I’ll be showcasing DarsaPoetry’s poem “The Warrior’s revenge” one of the first poems I had the pleasure of reading.

This isn’t much of a “Flashback” exactly, since it was published on December 2nd but I’m sure many of you may be unaware of this talented artist so it certainly deserves a reblog in my opinion.

If you (like me) are a huge fan of written word you are not only going to enjoy this poetry but you will want to check out the rest of DarsaPoetry’s work. I’m in love with the vibe of the poetry pieces I have read so far. They remind me of Grimm fairy tales and Edgar Allen Poe. Which as many of you all ready know are some of my favorite things to read.

You know I love anime and you know I love makeup but this weekend I plan on kicking back and diving into Darsapoetry’s work. I hope you will all join me!

Don’t forget to stop by Darsapoetry’s site (by clicking on the name)!

Happy Weekend!


​”5 years of pain

15 years of suffering

20 year old privilege

And you think you know something about hatred ?? ”
I can‘t let you live your life in awaiting forgiveness

Cause my vengeance is so loud

Even if you try to confess the sins that shines through your skin

I will still watch you fall to the ground

I will hear the words that comes out of your throat

And I will pretend that I feel you somehow

And laugh with the agony inside of my heart

slow and barbaric death of yours would satisfy me

Forgive you ?? Nah it would only purify me

Even if you are forgiven by lord

Your death would remind him of the mistake that he did before

And never let his pride pushed through his faith again
The things you did to me left the scar on my soul


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