Erin Hanson

Rookie (7/6/1991 / Pheonix, Arizona)

The Unforbidden Mistake


The unforbidden mistake that you and only you would make
doen’t run to me with any questions
so the answers shall not end and break.
The open fire extinguishes the heat between our stick figures.
as it glows against the pale stiff skin.
Shredding against the done to have high self esteem
as the heart keeps aching.
Don’t wait here by my side as a critical ride
may spring towards me.
don’t wait to hold my heart in your cold end hands
as to waiting for my love again
is like waiting for rain on a hot summer day useless
and disappointing
don’t wait for my unless you love me
I don’t need another person i love to leave me.
Don’t do it so abrupt don’t push me through the hard hitting nails
and shrieking voices echoing on and on.
Only you would make the unforbidden mistake, you and only you.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 31, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, April 26, 2006

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