Bad Girl

Bad Girl

I’m just a bad girl
glock cocked, finger on trigger
a smoking pistol

Cold barrel–my kiss
Smoke wafts, spent shell cases roll
Lipstick on my gun

Chalk outlines my ex
Bullet hole in his forehead
Ruby beads I lick

Heels click, fishnets rip
Bustier strains to hold me
My come hither stare

Knife flicks, cuts him down
Bite sized snack, then throw him back
Nail file sharpens fangs

My thousand yard stare
Ignites all who stop and stare
No money, no show

To ashes you fall
Make my war paint, I smear you
β€˜neath my smoke-filled eyes

Leap off skyscraper
Wings extrude tearing my clothes
Snap as they unfurl

My wings scissor night
To ribbons of city light
I own all in sight

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57 thoughts on “Bad Girl

  1. Wow. Very different subject for you, yet still very focused and well constructed. You’re an excellent writer, so I’m not surprised. I get the tone from this right away. Nice!


  2. Melinda, you are the hottest badass I know. I’m so happy to see familiar verses here. More death by badassery. Kill them! πŸ™‚ and make them yearn for death in your corset. πŸ˜‰


  3. I think you should write more in this trend. There is something very strong here that you need to keep working on expressing. I have a pyjama I wear often which says Good girls go to heaven Bad girls go everywhere πŸ™‚

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      1. Ultimately we are to attain balance so neither always good girl nor always bad girl is the way forward πŸ™‚ Keep indulging and sharing your thoughts and wonderful writing. We are meant to explore our light as our darkness and finally understand that light and darkness are intertwined and one means nothing much without the other

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  4. You weren’t kidding and you have not disappointed. These ae awesome, Melinda and you most certainly are, a bad girl when you want to be. Phew. I just broke out the night light – the first time in thirty-five years πŸ™‚

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    1. thank you, I did warn you…I’d never act out any of these things but it’s kind of scary that I could conceive of them…I think I need to break out a night light too…which sucks because I can only sleep in total darkness…

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          1. No, not at all. It’s a side of you I love seeing because it’s different than anything else you write. It shows off your versatility as a writer πŸ™‚

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      1. That is sweet. Nothing wrong with being a good girl. When you get to know me you will learn I am veey pro-women. Hey, I am posting a piece tomorrow called “Badasserie.” Inspired by you, Annie, and Manon. Hope you have a moment to read it. Have a great night. I willbe visiting you more often. Your writing is a pleasure to read.

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        1. Thank you! shoot me the link please! I am about to fall asleep and I don’t want to forget tomorrow. I usually sneak reads at work and I miss posts sometimes because I have to X out of WP when my boss swings past. when i reopen the reader again, I have lost my place. So if you would be so kind as to just paste the link in your reply to this comment that would be a big help! Sometimes fridays are chaotic at work.

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