Know You - Poem by Kelvin Owusu
I want to know you
Who you are, inside where you reside
Is it with me or is there another who's caught your eye
Would it occur a time which I would acquire?
Or already these feelings must I retire
Soon if possible, an answer I do require
I implore you. Do not burn what I wear on my sleeve
Broken peddles and still roses bloom on desert soil
The feeling of snake bites and the taste of poison apples linger
Poison flows through my veins
With just a mention of your name it takes effect
Heart races, body numb, I see your reflection on another man's arm.
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