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Colin Ward


Tainted Love and Staining Blood


This is my first poem so please consider that before you write your comments. However, I do appreciate criticism.




I'm only different when you're around
Only odd when you're there
Unable to utter a sound
When I gaze into your stare

Oh how I admire you
With your glorious eyes
I watch you do the things you do
as you gaze into my lies

I need you now
I need your love
I think about you all the time
were you sent from above

Outside your window pane
like the morning sun
You look at me like I'm insane
But soon it will be done

I crept in your chamber door
with my sparkling blade
You fell upon the floor
and you clung to the bed sheets where we once made
love

I need you now
I need your love
I think about you all the time
were you sent from above

I drove my knife inside
it cleanly cut the flesh
My body curtled to the floor
as I ripped apart your dress

Your screams echoed through the night
As you knelt beside my corpse
Oh how it was a sight
I couldn't ask for more

Tainted love and Stained blood
Tainted love and Stained blood
You tainted my love so I stained my own blood

I needed you then
I needed your love
I thought about you all the time
You need me now

Submitted: Tuesday, May 20, 2008

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