Poetry

The Overabundant Sin

I want more.

In her hand

A golden rimmed chalice

On her face, a slight smile

Filled with malice

She sips  the wine and beguiles

Her guests

Before snapping her fingers

And demanding the rest.

Give Me More.

***Credit for the amazing image displayed alongside this poem goes to Marta Dahlig. I found her collection of the Seven Deadly Sins years and years ago. When I decided to embark on this project, I immediately recollected her collection and knew that I wanted to showcase her amazing art. If you love this picture, be sure to check out her other work on DeviantArt.

Gluttony

This series of poems was written in response to a prompt that I saw on Pinterest.

Gluttony is almost always portrayed as an obese person because gluttony is the excessive over-consumption of food or alcohol. However, even the thinnest person could be guilty of gluttony. Depends on the individual’s vice.

Happy Writing Everyone!

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