I'm just lying in my bed asking myself why she kept letting her mind think she was living' a lie and letting her heart die when she really would like to have a man. She told me her heart was filled with after love pain; her heart was stained with untold confession and past memories, hatred and no attention.
Then it began to rain because she couldn't cry about it anymore. So I went on with my plan because I didn't have a woman, told her she should just let me go dive in and go swimming in her heart to find the place where the water is full of happiness and passion, trust, endless love and lots of conversations about are sexual pleasures.
Hypnotize as I looked into her eyes as we walked the lake shore and her beauty had me stuck in the same place and that place from three nights ago. I thought to myself how beautiful her smile and her sexy independent swag was, how her seductive eyes gave me an invention to her sex planet.
I would do anything just to have many more nights with her and show her why she's been living' a lie. I want her heart beat to be skipping while she’s thinking of me.
Understand I already have special feelings for her that’s filling my heart up with that four letter word so she said she has no clue is this relationship would have a good definition. I told her I was on a mission and she needs my love.
But I am not going to rush her because I had to flush out those old thoughts out of her heart of the past men. That made her love life feel like she had to be more cautious because she was blinded by there love after she let them enter her heart.
I was thought of that perfect one. So I went to place my cape over my shoulders to fly her to that place in the back of her mind where she can escape with her imaginations of me and irresistible lips of mines.
I would whisper soft spoken words in her ears while she throws kisses on my neck. We ended the night not by making love but by bring poetry to life with sand on the beach, moon light shinning across the lake and flashing stars, calm ocean water splashes against the rocks.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.