Acid Burn


Blood drenched kisses


Don’t know what to say don’t know what to do how many times must I think of you
Dark and deep from places sweet those tender lips speak the beat
Hollow heart ache bitter joy are you here just to destroy
Did your demons bring you up or are you this way for lack of luck

Blood drenched kisses make you scream was it all just but a dream
Blood drenched kisses make you scream did it mean anything

Don’t know where to go don’t know what to sing how long do we drag on this thing
Cold and hard the razor cuts the twisted sign of our love
With the moon the urge awakens blood is hot to be taken
Do we just not say a word as the crimson flows out to the world

Blood drenched kisses make you scream was it all just but a dream
Blood drenched kisses make you scream did it mean anything

Don’t know why don’t know when love is lost or may begin
Burning hot this one embrace how sweet your blood does taste
Always begging always pleading will my hart stop beating
You are still my bloody fun my hart belongs to just one

Blood drenched kisses make you scream
Blood drenched kisses make you cream
Blood drenched kisses speak of love
Blood drenched kisses the only one
Blood drenched kisses words on fire
Blood drenched kisses secret desire
Blood drenched kisses hold my hart
Blood drenched kisses are the spark

Submitted: Tuesday, November 30, 2010

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  • Twisted Strange (11/30/2010 2:17:00 PM)

    I love this poem, your writing style is very unique and the passion in your words is evident. well done, you should read some of my poems, you may like them. (Report) Reply

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