Regan Mackenzie


My Girl, My Woman


you engulf me
like the sea would in a raging storm
through your eyes, your touch, your kiss
you have me sink so deep into this.. this..
feeling

i could sing a million times that im fed up
im done
but games are of no value
when you
youve already won
and see
id run, id fly, id swim, id climb, id die for this
love
how is it then that you
no youd do none of the above

your fingertips
dig into the flesh of my thighs and work to my soul
your lips
they kiss and leave faint traces of blissfulness
so this
this isnt an easy habbit to drop
your still in the picture i cant manage to crop

black and purple colors surface on my skin
black and purple stains from the fitth i played in
in the place i knew i never should have been
in the place ive gone over and over again

then you tell me words with no real meaning at all
still knowing i'll fall
cause the sweet sounds are a trigger and call for more feeling
summon the girl inside of me thats kneeling in my soul
begging for you
not able to let go
not able to say no

my girl inside of me
she stands and makes my woman take a seat
in defeat
but i'll be praying that one day she let
my woman and you meet

oh she would not be black and blue
oh no
my woman would amaze you

my woman would amaze you.


©Copyright 2011

Submitted: Monday, March 21, 2011

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