We could be

We could be

Sigh…I sat here n sat here thinking of how I
Could intro the thought of we could be. Knowing visions of expectations are crumbled due to she. Questioning why..why is it so much work..why do I have to compete. Issuing raw versions of my vulnerability to you, yeah it truly means something to me. We could be… fragments of tainted imagination..where ya lips belong to me. That look, your touch, moments you unwind with me. Does she give that to you? Understanding you do what’s right…slightly wondering does any portion of you crave me. Ingredients of euphoric symphonies between the sheets. Yet the song I listen to is greater than ecstasy. Herring it out loud that when it’s all said am done, what I visualize will only be fantasy. Sigh…yeah that stings. I turn to my pen and pad, knowing it will bring paper. Telling stories of loop holds as a heart shatters. We could be…on heights where interpreting me won’t be a challenge. The love I give is one you can’t imagine. Knowing visions of expectations are crumbled due to she. Forgoing segments I get alone wishing it was more Frequently . Demanding to know why..why is it so much work..why do I have to compete. With me, I bring you paradise without problem. Peace without drama..affection without hesitation. Yearning for a we could be… sigh. Bottling up that part of me is safer. Explosions of deep blows to where my heart hides. Fingers crossed that I’d get a moment where emotions collide. We could be…simonies drowning in passion for eternity. Tell me it’s not a dream….look at my eyes and say you never want that experience with this queen….Selah.

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Written on November 12, 2021

Submitted by NeshIsher on November 12, 2021

Modified on March 05, 2023

1:28 min read

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Stanzas 2
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