Suzanna C Chevalier
Love Spell On Thee
I cast my “Love Spell” on thee,
making you weak to bring you to your knees.
Tripping you up on your words as you speak,
realizing now you’re my “Special” treat.
I enslave you with my “little charms”,
Do not worry I will do you no harm.
For it’s you who has fallen victim and prey,
I will make this a celebration; a “Royal Birthday”!
Emotions stir for your possessed by my mystic,
I leave you spellbound and very meek.
Now, now come to me and do as I say,
This is so much fun, like child’s play.
Games a plenty, games galore,
step inside my Candy Store.
Follow me around like a wounded cat,
I’ll give you my treats and make you fat,
then you’ll be flying off like a crazed bat,
Into my den of “jewels” that mesmerize,
capturing you as my treasured prize...
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