Kewayne Wadley

(1987- / Groton, Connecticutt)

Venus' War


If only for a second
let lips become mine
Venus said unto Mars
Take me anyway you wish
Mustn't Zeus find out
Mustn't Aries find out
Breath hastens again I only want to be yours
Why has cupids bow miss again
Strike him down as I only want to be yours
am I not what you desire
Am I not what you crave
Let my lips thirst for yours
Remove garment from skin
Take me now as this body can no longer wait
Let the only cry you hear be mine
Must this war go on
This mental war between you and I
again I can only ask
Make me melt in the hopes theres no life after
Turn ear to me hear my plea
turn lips to me feel me speak

Submitted: Sunday, March 30, 2014
Edited: Monday, May 05, 2014

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