Red Letter Day red satin lover rent spent within hoarded wealth gentled tilth have you discovered actual sin or does love turn filth quite white for eyes that want more candy store she's bad for your health say your goodbyes come out the back door see me waiting take my hand understand I've forgiven your trespass mating
Jade Matthews's Questions:
question #1-The last stanza reads like morse code to me-do you feel the
same? This is first draft so I am ready to rip it apart now.
question #2-The further you get in the read, the faster it goes. Is this a good thing or a detriment?
question #3-The language is simpler toward the end, could that be the cause of the effects I mention in questions 1 and 2?