“Remedy” by Lindsey Goddard – video and narration by Lee Harral

Hey, guys! I’m popping by to post a quick video. My friend and fellow creative mind Lee Harral produced an eerie video narration of my poem “Remedy”. I hope you enjoy. Subscribe to his YouTube channel if you like it!

Remedy
By Lindsey Goddard

Withered skin and yellow teeth,
Gritty tongue, a stifled call.
Blinding sun adds injury
To her rigor mortis crawl.
Brittle nails, like insect wings
As her frail hands try to claw
To salvation she can suckle
With her chapped and pale-blue maw.

Shards of mirror in the sunlight,
Casting shapes across her picture.
He emerges from the shadows,
Twisted smile. He can fix her.
Spider veins and severed limbs,
It’s too late to sew and stitch her.
Lips strain open; he pours in
Another dose of the elixir.

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About lindseygoddard

www.LindseyBethGoddard.com

Posted on September 16, 2015, in dark poetry, horror, horror poetry, poem, poetry, youtube and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. LOVE!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. It was an honour to collaborate with you.

    Like

  3. nice. good poem, good read

    Like

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