Collette Anderson Williams
My Poison, My Passion - Poem by Collette Anderson Williams
My very essence
I would give to you.
You ignite every fibre
of my being
and leave such
insatiable desires within me.
Can one love so intensely -
scars at the corners of one's
mind & thoughts?
Can one give so freely, so openly
to such imperfect yet perfect a being?
I wrestle with my emotions
so deep they continue to tread -
I long to hollow out the words,
'I love you'
without scaring you away!
Moreover, my heart aches
to have you echo those very words -
I long to have you hold me
but you remain my welcomed emotion -
My Poison, My Passion!
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