Shavonda Michelle Clay
Coldhearted Lie - Poem by Shavonda Michelle Clay
Many females may attract your naked eye,
but beyond your observation could be a coldhearted lie.
After five minutes talking, you know that you have a chance.
She left you with a heavy thought so you started making plans.
Deep under nature, you never know what you may find,
a woman with beauty and a false I love you line.
She only wants you for very few things,
and that's the joy of your vehicle and the money that you bring.
But your feelings are soft emotions,
just a three letter word will rub you smooth like lotion,
just a look into her eyes will make your head spin,
and a tender kiss from her lips will blow your mind like the wind.
Don't let temptation beat your heart so fast,
for some roses will bloom, and some just don't last.
For love only goes skin deep my brother,
because you'll never know what you might find sleeping under her cover.
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