Darkness At The fair
DARKNESS AT THE FAIR
Fond of fun she had gone to a fair
Riding the Ferris wheel she floated in the air
With her mouth full of classy cotton candy
She felt since long she wasn’t so happy.
This man appeared out of the blue
Why he followed her she had no clue
He disappeared estranged sometime ago
Her refusal to marry him crushed his ego.
With a sinister smile he said to her
You rejected me like trash, that wasn’t fair
The beauty of your face that betrayed me
From now on nobody would ever see.
Spray of burning acid splashed across air
All became dark in her life at the fair.
March 14, 2019
Copyright © Subimal Sinha-Roy | Year Posted 2019