|Temptation (standard:poetry, 127 words)|
|Author: Fish||Added: Sep 16 2000||Views/Reads: 2741/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Inside the head of a 17 yr old... a poem|
Swallow the taste of the champagne I can no longer hold it in Temptation is like murder without the pain Swallow the taste of the skin Dust my head with clipped finger nails I'll stroke your hair with mine Get high and loose consciousness to all details A lovely story beginning to intertwine My baby is such a sweetheart I love the sweet taste Sickening sweetness will drive us apart What an expectedly tragic waste My need for salvation grows While my baby is not around And my need for complete understanding shows With no hope ever found Ditches of despair are dug by me While better men spit and complain Loosing temptation is like murder taken to another degree But I was wrong, there is pain Tweet
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