Beyond Flaws: Spoken Word Poetry

Beyond Flaws: Spoken Word Poetry

Beyond flaws: Spoken Word Poetry.

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Beyond Flaws: Spoken Word

She was beautiful—that, I could tell. And his eyes wouldn’t get off her body and my heart couldn’t take it anymore; it bled profusely.

I didn’t like her. I didn’t trust her. It wasn’t about the jealousy alone but also about the fact that she wasn’t real; she wasn’t true—I saw it but he couldn’t.

Her bosoms were round, perfect and captivating indeed. I feared he would reach for them and that made my heart sink even deeper for I knew that if he did, he’d be gone.

I tried to talk him out of it but like a hypnotized fellow, he didn’t listen. Lustfully, he beheld her beauty and began to yearn for her; walking towards her like he was in a trance. I yelled. I begged him to stop but his ears were deaf; temporarily blocked.

She kept smiling as he kept getting closer with his hands reaching for those forbidden fruits that were glued to her chest. She slowly began to reveal her cleavages, making his appetite increase rapidly as he rapidly increased his steps.

All of a sudden his hands fastened to them the way a child would get hold of something without letting go. Then he began to lose consciousness and she began to reveal her true identity—wicked, ugly and deformed.

She laughed loudly like a conqueror for she had succeeded in draining his strength and slowly she walked away and disappeared into the dark.

Tears came rolling down my cheeks as I raced to help him. He lay on the floor weak and helpless. I looked at him; Oh! He looked so pale. I wept bitterly, held him close and I loved him still.

Beyond Flaws: Spoken Word Poetry

Written and Performed by Viano Dee

About Beyond Flaws

Beyond Flaws is a spoken word poetry about undying, unconditional love. Love so pure, so true that looks beyond flaws, mistakes, imperfections even after several warnings. It’s how we are enticed so easily by things we desire that are not good for us. We are most times not aware that they are just illusions.

Depending on who is standing in the gap for us— parents, spouses, loved ones— they yell, we just ignore until we get into it and realized we’ve been tricked and those who love us still stand by us.

Think about it as Christ and the Church, Parents and Children, lovers… this is what Beyond Flaws is about.

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Viano Dee

Non-niche blogger. Poet. Songwriter. A hardcore romantic. Her write-ups could take any form: poetry, articles, and even songs in ways that'll inspire you, resonate with you, or tell a story while keeping you both informed and entertained.

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Sabrina Must

This piece is very well written. Keep up the good work! I liked how you were able to describe your feelings so vividly (:

Reply to  Sabrina Must

Thanks for taking out time to read, Sabrina. I’m glad you enjoyed it

Wren Marie

I have never been able to be so eloquent. This is so well done. Great job! 

Reply to  Wren Marie

Thanks Wren Marie. Actually, it does take a lot of practice.

Kristine Nicole Alessandra

Your writing style is so captivating. I wish this piece was a little longer because I wanted to read more! 


Thanks for your kind words Kristen. Glad you enjoyed it.


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I love spoken word work! And the audio link makes your post so captivating!

Reply to  Kristian

Thanks Kristian for your kind words. Glad you enjoyed it.

Di MadWriter

oh my gosh i love this and i actually love listening to it- great article my friend!

Reply to  Di MadWriter

I’m glad you enjoyed it, Cait. Thank you so much.

Sylvia Ryan

Now, why would she turn into a deformed witch once hew bosoms were grasped? Lol I know. Applies to adultery as well.

Reply to  Sylvia Ryan

Lol. Thanks for reading Sylvia Ryan.


Love it, such a captivating piece. I really need to get into spoken word more. 

Reply to  Nadalie

Thank you Nadalie. I’m glad you liked it. You should get into it more, it’s fun.

Arielle Joy

I’m more spiritual than religious but I always appreciate seeing other perspectives

Reply to  Arielle Joy

I feel you Arielle. Thanks for checking it out.

Yomi Spontaneous

This was so very deep. I loved it because it touched me personally!


Thank you Becca. I’m glad you liked it and can relate. We all have been through the phase one way or the other. Either as victims or as lovers. We have either heeded to wise counsel or fallen right into some mess. What is important, is forgiveness and love. That’s what we need, that’s what we should give.

Monidipa Dutta

Wow this is so beautiful and deep. It touched me.

Reply to  Monidipa Dutta

Thank you so much Monidipita. Glad you enjoyed it.

Rad Dy

Whoa! That was powerful

Reply to  Rad Dy

Thanks Ray Dy. Glad you enjoyed it.


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