Madrason writer

(24-07-1967 / waalwijk netherlands)

It's Sinner Eyes


It's in her eyes
i really feel it
she stays cool
plays him fool
lets him rule
in his mind
and find out
who she really is
i told you so
she wants to go
home with you
and make you
sense
and smell her
skin
a cherishing
flower from deep within
i know she wants to
too you mean
'what' you?
her sensual moves
prove me right
i keep up
pretense and
a good fight
i know what i see
i want to
she says she has to go
what kind of a trick
can this be
do i follow her
and show my despair
'no' ', stay strong'
act as if you
don't find it a problem
and don't mind it
no, no, no please do go
i beg you so
-he knows
it the end-
and then all
of a sudden
sublime
and slowly
her hands
strike trough
his hair
of mine.

Submitted: Friday, October 25, 2013
Edited: Saturday, October 26, 2013

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