Victoria Sypniewski


Fatal Attraction - Poem by Victoria Sypniewski

The truth on her tongue
Burning at her lips
Is he ready for the reality
Stars shine into their eyes
Uncovering their lies
Fatal attraction at first sight
A car wreck waiting to happen
Bittersweet kisses
So amazing, yet so wrong
They both knew it wasn't love
Still they can't help it
What can they say
Being wrong never felt so right


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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 5, 2006



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