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Your fault

You really think you got me?
How naive I'd say
I'm not so east to catch
Is it night or day

Don't even dream
I will give you myself
I'm not giving in
For good looks or wealth

You should try harder
To make me yours
But can you really do it
Without stepping outside doors?

You have this one weapon
So be wise
It's your sad voice
And sad look in your eyes

Somehow I can't stand
Seeing you hurt
That's my biggest weakness
Against you

Your voice has a power
I cannot deny
Especially while you say
"Please be mine"

That's why I avoid
Such situations
If I'd hear you
I'd use evacuations

And that moment happened
You cought me alone
I started running
But I felt it in my bones

That seducig vibration
Which asked me to stay
d*mn I lost
My chance of getting away

I'm standing against wall
You breath in my ear
"What did you run for?"
Cursed words I didn't want to hear

I turn my head away
My lips tremble all over
You bite my neck
But the game is not over

"Let me go. You have no right !"
"Impressive you fight while you're in my might"
"Leave me alone I won't give up"
"It'll be a pleasure to break you in my trap"

"Don't think so highly you're just a man"
"Oh I am sorry you don't know the truth
Well nothing will change now
You know it don't you?"

I can't stand your gaze
It's calling out to me
I start to fall in daze
There's nothing I can see

Even if world ends
It doesn't matter now
All that I know
Is that I am falling down
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Submitted by shadelady on August 29, 2013

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Karolina Marszałkowska

Hello. I am just one of us , random 20 year old girl that loves to write. I'm writing not to gain fame or respect , just because it brings me happiness. Feel free to read, criticize. All your comments are welcomed cause I'd like to know what you think. ^^ more…

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