marie elizabeth vampirus

Rookie (December 02'1986 / New Jeresy)

Forbidden Infatuation - Poem by marie elizabeth vampirus

i dont know why you look the way you do
everytime i see you, my heart freezes i feel it turning blue

your gaze, your smile make my limbs react
my legs melt like the colors in a painting so abstract

your voice, your poise sends tremors down my spine
you make me shudder like red wine

how do you act like you dont know
maybe you dont and im being silly, forcing myself on you

what words you choose, to make me giddy in my shoes
what powers you posses to make me do whatever you choose

what infatuation so strong
to make me sing a silly song

what debt i have to my sanity
to write this poem so lovingly...

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  • (9/9/2005 3:04:00 AM)

    this poem is for a guy that i had known from my past but never considered attractive, until now..this poem reeks of significance and has an interesting beginning but i dont plan to elaborate on that information... (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 9, 2005

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