Electric Lady


To My Best Enemy


I'm lost in my own dimension
Your lips touch my lips
And our animal instincts fly
Love burns deep inside
Our eyes filled with newfound hopes
Traces of the past have disappeared
My heart's radiance shines
I feel good on so many levels
You give me joy
You give me pain
But you will never be above me
My skin is flawless
Your skin is scarred
With sex, lies, and fingerprints.

I'm lost in my own dimension
The magic is in the eyes
I jump to conclusions
As I battle my own self-doubt
Who will win?
Who will lose?
Time can't be erased
Secrets evolve
Within the depths of my mind
My heart holds you captive
Until I'm found guilty
You are my best
You are my worst
Enemy.

Submitted: Thursday, July 31, 2014
Edited: Friday, August 01, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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