Red Sheets, Mirror Walls And Golden Chandeliers - Poem by Alien Zoo
Fade out, fade in, in extasy.
Her lungs, so heavy. Red sheets, mirror gold and daimond lights, in an old fashioned wealth room
Childhood sunrays through closed orange-yellow curtains
Stepped away from what I am
And I asked her, while her heart pulses severly, and hormones intoxicated her mind and her consiouss:
''Did you ever thought ending up laying here with me in here? ''
She softly whispered with a subtle gasp for breathe: ''Never...''
And that's when I said, with a smile on my face: ''I've always did.''
Her neck.. I always did.
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