sharing her

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: December 21, 2011

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Submitted: December 21, 2011



Sharing her

It doesn’t stop raining; leaving me like this is winter time cold. I try to forget but your image is poisoning, no matter what you do my love for you will never grow old. Look what I’ve become, you come, hug me, kiss me, use me, you leave, walk away and your finished your done. You move on, to your next catch, and I hope you’re gone, but you come right back, my attention again you’ve drawn, and I cry in pain because again I am trapped. Your beauty is my disease, has me crawling on my hands and knees. Dog at your feet, you play and you leave, and I burn and I bleed as I wait hopelessly. I love you but you don’t love me, no matter how far your cut goes deep. I can’t live without you so I wait for my turn desperately. I share your lips, I share your body, and I share your lust. I share your kiss, I share jealousy, and I share it all because I must. I can’t do much, you have control, one and only is one too much, so with that I recognize you have no soul.

I love you with all my faith and all my life, I love you even though I share you too much, it sounds stupid but it’s alright, because a piece of you is good enough.

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