“You touch me and my mind goes astray”…

satansexj

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The Green Green grass…
Looked Greener over there…
She had always wondered…
But never really dared…

What would it be like…
How good would it taste…
If there was an opportunity…
That was too good to waste…

Would he sweep her off her feet…
Sprinkling stardust in her eyes…
Would she be able to manage…
Could she live with the lies…

One day fate took a hand…
Unlocked a bolted door…
She found herself drinking…
And she just wanted more…

The taste so forbidden…
Tasted so fucking good…
She would do this forever…
If only she could…

His sweet lips like sugar…
His mouth hot and wet…
Her nails would dig into him…
And she wasn’t finished yet…

Like no one before him…
He owned her very soul…
This Devil and demon…
Who made her feel whole…

He became her only drug…
She craved for him so much…
Loving everything about him…
Going so weak at his touch…

Then one day he left her…
And found someone new…
Falling deeply in love…
And that love was so true…

She was left by the roadside…
As his life swiftly moved on…
She went back to reality…
But no longer belonged…

The grass hadn’t changed…
It was just as before…
It lacked the excitement…
And remained such a bore…

So she lived in her mind…
And just dreamt of his face…
Managing to keep the secret…
Till a message she misplaced…

When the truth was revealed…
It was met with much pain…
Within a matter of hours…
She was alone once again…

Just her and the memories…
Mixed with painful goodbyes…
Realising the grass wasn’t Greener…
Stardust had just blinded her eyes…

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12 responses to ““You touch me and my mind goes astray”…

  1. Oh my – yet another one of your beautiful, genuine and heartfelt poems that could have been written just for me. How deeply I relate to every letter of every word, in each sentence you’ve written. I’m striving to remember those moments as wonderful experiences – rather than lost ones – for they were wonderful while they existed – and to grieve them only removes the memory of the beauty that existed during those moments. There are experiences in life that we wish would never end – that change us so drastically and turn the colors of the world gray once gone, but to have not experienced them at all, would be to have not enjoyed them at all, and we did, and that’s what I’m striving for – to remember them with fondness, rather than to grieve the loss of nevermore.

    I love how you pieced together th grass being, or not being, greener into this story. “I feel you.” ❤ Kimberly

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