So Soft, So Quick! But Gone Within a Second...
Daze I was, with your gentle kiss.
So soft were you lips upon mine.
Molding so quite nicely with my lips.
Tasting you through sips.
Such passion you have for me I thought!
I looked at you through lustful eyes,
Though I found lust within yours,
I also found something else too...
You look at me through your brown, warm eyes,
I simply melt in them as I stare at them with open eyes
But with such passion I see you with my own,
I say you hiding something through your own.
I intend to find out what had become
Of our love of fire that had blaze ever so bright
But when I found out, I wish I hadn't,
Because the truth hurt me, like a sharpened tack!
To see you kiss another women,
I felt my heart ripped to two.
I felt my eyes weld up in tears,
And cursed you endlessly, for your grave.
I hadn't felt love after that,
To have felt betrayed had taken its toll,
With my mind and body never healing,
Always remembering, always hating,
The one who I thought, had truly loved me.
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