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A Mature Wine

I will oblige as you attempt to hold onto your youth.
Yes I find you attractive I saw you see me look.
I'll dance with you in the middle of this crowd.
Let’s get out of here the music is just too loud.
We flirt uncontrollably in the taxi on the way to your home.
I'm not surprised that you are divorced and you live alone.
Our bodies clash and we can’t wait to remove each other’s clothes.
Fuelled by toxins our inhibitions just explode.
I wake in the morning and dam I have to leave.
The older women whose name escapes me.
I think her name was eve.
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d-ory@hotmail.comIf I try to describe myself I can't cause I don't really know. I think I'm a bunch of different personalities in one body. I' am dark and a little depressed behind closed doors. But towards my friends I' am confident and happy. I struggle for acceptance from people but I do a great job of hiding it.Poetry is my release. Without it I could'nt function. But I think I was always meant to have it. I had never written a poem until I was 22 years old. I did'nt even know I could write a poem until someone special inspired me then shattered my heart. I believe this is why I write mostly dark, depressive poems. Because that's how it all started for me.My tag is weight of the world. Reason being I believe the weight of the world is on the shoulders of a few. And most of us are just standing around consuming and polluting waiting for others to clean up after us. I reflect some of this in my poetry.I live in Hobart, Australia and I' am 24 years old. Thanks for reading. Leave comments, your thoughts and I will return the favour.P.S There are certain words spelt differently in Australia so please keep this in mind when reviewing my poetry. And I 'am on facebook under rosco daw. E-mail at top of page.... more…

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