The Key

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This poem is about loving someone so much that that you do not care if the feelings are mutual. You just want them in your life to love.

Submitted: October 22, 2013

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Submitted: October 22, 2013



I've seen your world, now I just want a taste. There's so many things, no time to waste.

The darkness which surrounds you, so sweet but so surreal. The look in your eyes, your beautiful face so pale. 

I need to be close, feel your breath on my skin, there's so many things I wish to do but where to begin? 

I see your body, the way you move around, if I can't be in your world I'll rip my heart out and throw it to the ground. 

Just see me and all I have become, there's nothing I wouldn't do for you, there's so much I've already done. 

Don't turn your back as if I sieze to exist, the words I have spoken don't act as if you've missed. 

I'm here kneeling at your feet, what more do I have to do for your expectations to meet? 

You don't have to love me, just pretend that it's true, that me and you are as one, I ask nothing else of you. 

I'll be your servant, call on me when you need, I'll do anything for you, in your place I will bleed.

My life without you would be pointless and ever so sour, but when your lips touch mine, as meaningless as it may be, my heart begins to flower. 

So please, I beg of you, lock me in your life and throw away the key, don't ask any questions just let my love for you be.

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