Defenseless Desire - Poem by Atef Ayadi
Do not think
I will go to hell
I will draw you
with your golden chains
And all your rings and earrings.
I will burn my lips with yours,
My skin with yours, and
My soul with yours.
We will cross the gate
From haven to hell
At the same time
In a rush,
Or like two beings being thrown into hell
Against their will.
Is that what you always want and wish for?
This is not anger;
This is my burning desire.
I left heaven for the civilized,
Who likes to swim in heaven's water,
Dress up and flashes with heaven's scents,
And speaks heaven's love words.
This is not my type.
I will go to hell and will drawn you with me.
You will like it;
My deepest desires are made of light
Your deepest desires
Are covered with shields of
Light ice, and iron of cold
An ancient torrent fire.
Do not resist,
You will brake
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