Sinfully Sweet Temptation - Poem by Sequoey Peay
Days of passion,
like a starburst from the sun.
Your milky sweet skin?
Many words to describe, never just one.
A bright orange glistening morning is what you greet with a smile.
Honey dipped, semi-sweet chocolate chip,
sweeter than an a`la`mode, with sprinkles, syrup, and cool whip?
Then suddenly from the bottom, behind your kindness.
A dark black underground side, completely shineless.
Colorless, so ridiculous, a deadly move so scandalous, the devil would be jealous the way you did this.
Went from sugar to dirt, to dirt to this? Is this really all you had in you? Could not be a man about it?
To leave me in the deep, shadowed out with no reach.
Drowned in your love, with every breathe, I sunk so deep.
Lost of sleep, heart weak, If I was not occupied by you, my body would weep.
So why should you keep this heart that you have contaminated, violated, discriminated, the thought gave me nausea, I hate it?
You brought dark suns and shallow nights.
Fed me slightly wrongs, barely rights.
You were my diamond, downgraded to a rock. We were build like a mansion now a box.
Love tasted like Moet now just a cooler. Thought you were a believer now the fooler.
I wiped away my aches and digested all my pains, purified myself of you.
Now Im driven as the rain.
I a unfound diamond, pre-discovered stone, a rare black rose, uncut beauty, truth is born
. Go on away and find another victim to attack, not once more will I be scared like that.
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