Luna Moon


I Do Everything Wrong - Poem by Luna Moon

Peeling paint,
When the lightning strikes.
I worry about the days,
I worry about the nights.
Trouble, trouble,
I do everything wrong.
The thunder rumbles,
Rings like a gong.
Salty skin,
When responsibility slips.
And under soft fingers,
The fabric rips.
Purple orchids,
Bloom in the spring.
In winter they cry,
In summer they sing.
I weep in my bedroom,
And wish you were here.
I need your soft lips,
I need you my dear.
Oh dear, dear heart,
How can you love me so?
I do everything wrong,
Everything, you know.
Drops of dew,
On a roses leaves.
A roses beauty,
Is meant to decieve.
Oh how protective,
You save me from my nightmare.
I do everything wrong,
So love me if you dare.
You're better than me,
Though you dont think it's true.
How selfish am I,
To continually love you?
You should go on without me,
But don't leave me, you can't.
I beg you to stay,
I'll rave and I'll rant.
'Where will I go? '
You reasure me.
'Without you I'll go blind,
Without you I can't see.'
So you dry my tears,
And love me still.
For you I would die,
For you I would kill.
But not tonight,
Though I do everything wrong.
Tonight is for love,
Tonight will last long.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 30, 2009

Poem Edited: Sunday, June 28, 2009


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