Biography of Dan Cummings
Dan Cummings Poems
I should just go home, its only going to get tougher, but every heart destroying moment makes me stay another. Couldn't you just reject me like all the others,
[Verse] I know just what you came here for, but you're not welcome here anymore. You should leave before I settle the score -
[Verse] I hear you say that you're not feeling good - I don't care. 'Cause I don't either. I told you so. You should've drank some water. You would've felt better.
Our bread we live, our bed we sleep Making love and I become you Flesh is warm with naked feet stabbing thorns and you become me
Why do your eyes paralyze me? What makes me feel this way? Just carry me away with silence and heartbeats as rapid, my heart beats that rapid Thinking about your embrace and how it makes me feel
I know just what you came here for,
but you're not welcome here anymore.
You should leave before I settle the score -
I'm square ivory tusks exploding up through the floor,
with a fury matched only by my decor.
I'm stained with blood from the girls before,
avenged by me.