Treasure Island

Leaking Pen

(Wellington, New Zealand)

Come To My Bed


I am a distraction
From daily grinds
Take one: Action!
Relief burdened minds

I might be x-rated
I do confess
I am elated
For you to guess

I might be homely
In my domain
Or really bitchy
Teeth on a chain

I roll around in circles
With perfs to my edge
I peak behind curtains
With light as my sledge

I might be silent
In black and white I shine
Colors absent
From this time of crime

My life began in 47
'Crossfire' my name
A tale from heaven
From the loins of Cain

I am Film Noir
I am glad we met
Come to my bed ce soir
I ‘ll hook you in my net

Submitted: Wednesday, September 05, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, September 05, 2012

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August 15th,2011
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Copyright Leaking Pen 2011

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