ANA'S POETRY

Poem: Addicted

Fri. July 30, 2004 12:00 AM
by Ana

Was it her eyes that drew me in
Could have been her smile
Maybe it was the now empty bottle of gin

The music was to blame
It could have been the summer heat
Who cares I bear no shame

Her kisses made me melt
Her touch caused such sweet pain
It’s like nothing I’d ever felt

There’s no turning back now
The hunger is too intense
I can’t focus, don’t longer know how

She haunts my dreams each night
And fills my thoughts each day
She’s an addiction I can’t fight

I’ll let her drug fill my veins
Let her touch heal the aching pain
And give her control to drive me insane

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