Regrets of a Saviour

The collar holds tight around my neck,

You buckled me up yet look nervous

When I snap my teeth and snarl.

You put this in me,

Gave me my fight back.

Poured a fire into my belly

Too ferocious to stamp out

You awakened in me a lust that had died,

Fanned a flame of existence

Reignited something in the darkness

That which slumbered peacefully


Until you rattled that rusty gate

Yet now, here you stand


As I strain against my leash

And all the while you think

How to subdue me once more.



  1. Reblogged this on Ginni bites! and commented:

    Today reminded me that some of these earlier poems never really had a great chance to be seen so I thought I might slip in the odd reblog now and again on days that I need to keep what I’m writing on a secret..for now πŸ˜€

    P.s It was George’s inspiration so please check out his lovely blog too, it’s full of hidden gems πŸ™‚


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