And long after,
All of the experiences,
And even the people
Dissolved into a single entity.
An emotion undefined,
Intertwined with the thin winter air
And a warm breeze,
Pushing music through her hair.
well I didn't die at the same time as you
I was pronounced without a pulse at 6:56 on a Wednesday; when I had to leave you
and you did not die... well at least I hope not, maybe you didn't snap..
perhaps you were bent a bit beyond your capacities
our deaths were intertwined from the moment we were born
I'm here up the tress
I build a ladder for you
Oh, climb here my prince
In awe, let's build fantasies.
Swiftly, you climbed up
and then you sat beside me.
Stars now fall on clouds
as the world shouts glee
Something wrong? you say
Oh, there is for my heart squeals
Dum ba dum ba dum
Oh please, let me just do this.
I look at your face
And you look into my eyes
The sun melts with us
And my heart is in a blast
Go on, take my hand
Your lips, let me seal it fast
Our souls intertwined.
Let's do it, let's fall in love.
It's wonderful and sickening
that I can almost sense you here
in this black hole that couldn't lead to
anything but the disaster that I've learned to
expect every time I give in to the idea
of running my fingers through your hair
and pretending your stomach is pressed against mine
with your arms locking me in place
your lips on my neck
and our legs intertwined.
But when I reach my hands in this
darkness that I can't seem to escape,
I swear your fingertips are outlined
against my own,
veins caressing veins,
skin electrifying skin,
and your heart beating in time
with my own is the only thing
that's keeping me alive
You're within reach
And I just can't resist.
to trust these hallucinations.
But you're already in my bloodstream
And as with any time blood is spilled,
this is going to get ugly.
Does she know that I want to sleep in the valley between her breasts?
Does she know that home for me is having my ear beside her chest?
Does she know that when her legs are intertwined with mine
I feel like I finally have enough strength to survive?
Does she know that the softness of her skin is life for my weary bones?
Does she know that when our bodies meet, courage is what she loans?
Does she know that her small hand sliding across my torso
Is for me, my breath and bread and smiles and laughter... Only more so?
Does she know how I feel when I hear her say my name?
Does she know that every little movement ignites a fire of a million burning flames?
Does she know that without her being by my side
It only becomes more clear to me, dear, I must make you my bride.
I wish to reminiscence those cotton candy days
when we intertwined our fingers together
strolling by the beach during sunny days
watching the waves hit our little sandcastle
blowing bubbles under the bright sky
time passed quickly without even a single blink
"Goodbye summer," I bid
to the blue sky that has turned gray
to the lively trees that has only fallen leaves and rotten twigs left
and finally to the one guy I gave my warm heart to, which has now turned cold
Your shingled roof keeps the sunbeams out of your head
Greasy grime-stained glass windows tint your cracked worldview
Spite dripping from the meaningless words you said
Time and again it rears its ugly head anew
Tiles misaligned by the slow shaking of years past
Rusted doorknob yielding to splintered wooden door
Vestiges of reason leave your mind all too fast
Eaten by insecurities, razed to the floor
Graffiti and dirt lie intertwined on your walls
Fractured wallpaper peels away in strips and flakes
The answering machine inside holds no more calls
The dusty mould on the tabletop swells and cakes
Broken pipes and tangled wires climb up your side
As varicose veins snaking up your wizened spine
All your flaws leak out and there's nowhere left to hide
Groaning in the wind, your voice hissing "They're not mine!"
Your boarded-up middlesection is always torn
Wind-ripped by desolating gusts of delusion
The flight of fancy, the gloried facade you've worn
Hangs from bitten brick, a decomposed illusion
It was autumn
And like the leaves fall to the ground
I fell for you
Dressed in your
Burnt oranges and light browns
Those skintight sweaters and ankle boots
With their zippers undone and patterns exposed
Did I ever stand a chance?
It was autumn
And like the Earth falls into the sun
Your gravity pulled me in
Dressed in all
Your little giggles and slight smiles
Those hazel eyes averting mine
And your hand that would fit so well intertwined
Did I ever stand a chance?
I just wanted to stop you
When you said you can’t
And hold you
Until you knew you could
But I can’t
And I never could
Sacred lovers mix
bodies intertwined in sweat
Your body, is a story for me
The story tells me
We've all been through something
And it hurts and it stings
But with struggle comes strength
-as cliche as it is-
Connecting your beauty marks with my finger tips
my lips on your soft but thick skin
deep smells, deep spells
Intertwined with love and compassion
sex and lust
smelling scents that are addicting
your noises, my reactions
Is it true?
Scared and frightened
But its a breath of fresh air
Because I've been craving and wanting
someone who responds
With a ring around my neck
Cross your fingers, hope to love
Slit your thoat, with hope
Whatever disease you have, you catched me
And its truth
I feel for you