Malaya Roses

(16/12/ / Malaysia)

Undone Us


Rush your blush
Enchanted eyes were the thrust
Untold the roar affection
On me
I am all over your skin
Unfinished fulfillments
The savor
Years of yearns
Now at my knee,
Bend to reach heaven
Condemnation
Taste the sweetest kiss
Touch me at this night
Wildest beast is unleashing desire
Kill me
Bleeding with the fullest moon
On the stagnant tear
Wet roses of the unfaithful face
Many hushes weren't sufficient
In me undone you
Bewildering
Breaking words of the slyer
Deepest sigh only yours.

Submitted: Saturday, March 31, 2012
Edited: Saturday, March 31, 2012

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