"Will you write a poem about me?" She actually asked me... "will you write a poem about me?" I told her that this conversation had entered very dangerous territory. How many nice poems have I really written about people? "I know of three" she said. (Staring). Yep. Three. In fifteen years of writing!
And yet...this poem is about her. Not just about her. It's about asking for something about you. it's about asking for yourself. It's about asking for hugs and attention and monogamy and a bunch of other things that you know I don't give. You have to take them. If you want anything more than a gesunsheit from me after you sneeze you have to rip it out of my ******* talons. I want predators around me. I want poets around me. I want wolves around me. I want beautiful women and caskets full of money. I want fast cars, large scars, illegal substances and dancers of the pole. I want truth, and honesty, and confidence. I don't want someone who "achieves their goals". I want someone who rips a hole in the space time continuum with their teeth and spits it back out to create new dimensions for those ******* sliders to show up in. I want a relationship of promises that were never made and words that didn't need to be spoken. No half truths or small talk. It's better to ask forgiveness than permission. This has always been my motto.
And I love you. I do. But you should never ask me to write about you.