Shueyb Boyer

Rookie (03/19/1979 / Paramaribo, Suriname)

When “I” Sin


Their treacherous glance ignites “I”
Their seductive stare entraps “I”
Their innocent wink encourages “I”
And yet “I”
Blame my mind
“I” would blame my heart
But my heart can’t see
When “I” sin
You see the lust in “I”
Pleasure now seduces “I”
Temptation steer “I”
And yet “I”
Blame my mind
“I” would blame my heart
But my heart can’t see
When “I” sin
Society influences “I”
Their ignorance lures “I”
Arms, legs, ears and tong follow “I”
And yet “I”
Blame my mind
“I” would blame my heart
But my heart can’t see
When “I “sin

Submitted: Tuesday, October 05, 2010

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