What I love
What I love
Your soul is within your eyes.
The colour, the pupil (The neophyte) .
Your visions are put together like a family photograph.
Click! You stole my soul through your camera lens.
Give it back!
I’m no Demon;
I am Human-e, that is for certain.
Because if I had the power to change the world for the better;
We would all live in paradise, forever and ever.
I would make every Human marry their equal
And a self destruction button would be activated,
If they were ever unfaithful.
Spontaneous combustions like stars falling to the ground.
Every one is guilty, everybody messes around.
So I would be the last man standing,
Before you my love, speaking the truth; demanding.
Please accept that you are all that I need.
Just because you feel differently;
It doesn’t mean you should just ignore my true feelings.
Yes it is possible someone loves more than you do.
No it is impossible for me to cheat on you.
Leave you I will, if I think you have strayed.
Wait for proof? Never again.
Drove me insane, it did for sure;
So I cannot be your whore.
Use another body; anybody.
Just please do not use mine.
My broken heart stares up sadly, at my broken mind.
My soul is shattered!
I love y…it doesn’t matter…
…what I love.
(C) 2013 Aa Harvey. All Rights Reserved.
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