Viktoria Lilith


Bisexual


The two halfs of me
They scream at each other
And I feel the man In me
Dying

I wanna make love
With a man
But I am confused

Am I male
Or am I female.
Could I possibly be both

What would you say if
I married a male
Then got caught
cheating with a female?

Would you look at me with scorn
because of my sexuality
Or because I destroyed
Our pact of monogamy?

What if I told you that
I prefer females instead
Of you
Instead of males?

Would you leave me
For being open-minded
Or hate me for the mistust.

Submitted: Saturday, January 02, 2010

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  • Rookie Latrice Reed (7/21/2010 10:06:00 PM)

    i kno how u feel cuz i feel tha same way lik im bi but ppl hate me cuz i luv female bt who kares (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Austin Wheeler (1/8/2010 12:03:00 AM)

    hahahahahahahahaa! I love it so much I usually have the words to describe to anything but IDK? I would still love you though even tho you feel like a dude sometimes as long as you still loved me at the same time as the female. You can lovee two people at one time and more. Brave poem tho definitely. Do you have a myspace or facebook or something? IDK how to accept your friend request on this site. (Report) Reply

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