brandon miller


Relationship With My Religion


As I seat in this car and meditate about these
Two women my light and my dark
My light, a woman that has been sent
From above with no introductions
Well honestly it was love at first sight
My life has changed when I married
Her and that's when she came my
Dark I was contemplating about
Why is she here and where she
Come from but when I met here
It was nothing but hell
The main thing
I didn't know was
Who to choose because both
Are so good I want to choose
Dark because of the lust
It's controlling me to do
Wrong things also I can't
Live without it like a vampire
Needs blood, but my light
I cannot leave her nor forsake
Her because I feel like if I do
I would be dammed for doing SO,
So should I choose light
Or dark

Submitted: Monday, October 15, 2012
Edited: Monday, October 15, 2012
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