Never ever

It’s time I told you the truth,

It’s time I laid my soul bare.

It’s time I advised what I think,

Would happen if you were not there.

I think I’d die slowly,

A malignant malaise would unfold.

I’d die of a broken heart,

My body’d weary, prematurely grow old.

So I beg you my Beauty,

I implore these words you read.

I beg you my Beauty,

Never ever be rid of me.

What You Do To Me

I’m aware of what you do to me
Sensitive to every beat my heart makes
The acuteness with which my mind remembers
So full of myself, or so I sometimes think
But it’s you, like a river
A strong current that has captured
The skeleton that holds me together
So full of you, or so I sometimes think
The print of your hand
With its indelible delight
And I am floating through this stream
Enlightened by your love, awakened by our dream

Your Toy

And like a slinky, I move onto you

All fluidity, bringing to life your imagination…

You watch as I open my pretense like some tasty crustacean,

And I can see your dying to chew and ingest me

Here there is no sympathy

So, we pull each other apart

Is it against….or is it with?

All we know is that the devil is running…

And our bodies are keeping pace

Side stitches, fears of waylay

We become a marathon of releases

Mirror to mirror, and face to face

Truths are the vows we trade

Each of us holding the others heart, defilade

Love is our path of least resistance

In this bed, our true existence