Collection of one lined poems.

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: June 24, 2017

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1) You make me hate myself.

2) These fragile bones of mine keep protesting weakly.

3) Oh, stupid heart of mine, stop your squeezing.

4) My brain is a time bomb, one thought of you will have it self destructing.

5) Your dimpled smile and sparkling eyes, are both committed to my memory.

6) The weight of this world is sometimes too much.

7) I'll try floating in love, instead of falling.

8) This time I'll love as if I've never hurt.

9) Don't start something you won't finish babe, Oh Lucas. Is that a challenge?

10) I'm water slipping right through those fingers of yours.

11) If you're by my side, I don't mind living a little longer.

12) My hope is unravelling, I'm surprised it stayed wound up for this long.

13) When these lips of mine utter those three words, do me a favour and kiss them if you can't reply.

14) Bliss. Bliss was finally letting myself melt in your arms.

15) I'm still a work in progress.

16) I'm exhausted. Let me sleep on you for just a moment.

17) Sometimes it's hard to realise that the only person that's failed me, is myself.

18) It was the best taste. Lip biting, tongues clashing, nails digging, toes curling, heavy breathing, eyes fluttering, hearts leaping, and souls sinking. 

19) Legs wrapping tightly around your waist, arms wound around your neck, as you press my back up against the wall, making me never wanting to let go.

20) Those eyes, tongue and gorgeous lips, make every part of my body hum in anticipation. 


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