Rushawn Buchanan


Curiosity


TRAPPED BEHIND THE 4 CONCRETE WALLS OF MY ADDICTION, SLAYED BY UR AFFECTION.
GUILTY BEYOND REASONABLE DOUBT OF BEING CAPTIVATED BY MY OWN PROMISCUITY. CONVICTED OF THE CRIME CALLED LOVE SENTENCED TO ETERNITY, BUT NOT KNOWING FOREVER, WHATELSE IS OUT THERE IN THE FREE AND LIBERAL WORLD OF SIN AND LUST IS KILLIN ME INSIDE,
ITS LIKE AN UNTOUCHABLE DRUG, SUFFOCATING, STIFLING MYSELF BY BEING IN LOVE WITH YOU.
AND ME NOT KNOWING SO MY IMPATIENCE GROWING,
ITS LIKE BEING SENTENCED TO THE ELECTRIC CHAIR EQUIVANLENT OF BEING FULLY CONSUMED BY YOU.
I AM SO CURIOUS TO SEE WHAT OUT THERE FOR ME BUT I CANNOT LEAVE THE CONCRETE WALL HAS BLOCKED ME. I WONDER IF U KNEW HOW I FEEL IF U WOULD LET ME LEAVE. IF NOT JUST PULL THE SWITCH AND PUT ME OUT OF MY Misery!

Submitted: Tuesday, October 14, 2008
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