Simone A. Angelin

You Are My Drug - Poem by Simone A. Angelin

You are my drug.
I inhale your breath into my lungs
until only yours comes out
as soft warm life.

You are my drug.
The point of pain inserts into my vein
and your essence dreamily swims through my
ruby corridors until my heart feels calm
though racing on.

You are my drug
and I breathe in breaths deep enough
to drive your pith into my brain
and I am doped and lost again
in a sea of soul and breaths' quintessence.

Drunk now with the overtaking of my senses until
I wake from the stupor of my own inducing,
and fall against the concrete of my veins
with only dry ice to inhale.
I crash and break
when your visit to my brain depletes.

You are my drug, and
only I can stop the pain.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 10, 2010

Poem Edited: Monday, March 28, 2011

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