you are venomous I said she smirked and gave a little hiss we are washed up on snake island a one bed flat where a monstrous building has been converted into lamentable living spaces for lonesome souls à deux neighbours plague us through paper thin walls but we have found our own strange happiness in our serpent coils
Pressing charge, unplugging the worth you have in my heart, Wicked, and deceitful,—would I seem saying, "I love you with all my heart"
What haven't I loved long before you, I've loved another; or rather a better taste of you. Cloying; to a degree of natural ecstasy. Scented ravenousness, so sweet by the first brim of open lips connected.
I've had an affair with her, over the plain; that seemed to be what we once had. But still I could never start my day firstly without a hint of you; yearning yourself down throat.
Enkindled by you both; though as the latter proved herself, only in the first few times. My bladder full to breaking point of a glutted water balloon; hanging on a thin string.
The effect she had on me...
The effect of when I picked a latte coffee over my traditional black brew.
Hands on my throat always crushing me down, putting me out, and turning me on I don't know how you got here but won't you stay and laugh dear Know one needs to know what we do when we're alone She don't even miss you and he will never know Intoxicatingly delicious, so much so it's suspicious How can you taste so good when the flavor's all wrong Not sure what I'm doing but I promise I won't stay long Pin me, choke me, bruise me colorful until I'm pacified Scream until your throat bleeds every time your heart beats Necromancy not love, just enough to pretend we're alive Our fingertips glow in red hot brands leaving us hissing Cut open from sharp tongues clashing and kissing Leave through the window never the door Or you might knock again and ask me for more