weather disasterd attraction.

By Star

it was attraction that forced us together.
 
  and you held on to me,
 
  keeping me at ease
 
  every time the magnet 
 
  wanted us apart.
 
   
 
  you were my 
 
  exact opposite
 
  and i repulsed 
 
  you away. 
 
   
 
  every time we kissed
 
  it was a lightening strike.
 
  and my lips were shattered
 
  with glass shards.
 
   
 
  i'm sorry i hurt you
 
  and left blood trails on 
 
  your thighs. 
 
   
 
  your love was a warm windy 
 
  breeze in hawaii and i'm 
 
  the winter pushing its way through.
 
   
 
  a hurricane 
 
  waiting 
 
      to
 
  happen. 

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Copyright 2015 Star
Published on Wednesday, October 14, 2015.     Filed under: "Poetry"

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  • A former member wrote: its light and effective and efficient but doesn't give up its dropping power your poetry is s/m mp 40 . i dig your writes

  • soul_versing On Thursday, November 5, 2015, soul_versing (1184)By person wrote:

    What do I say... Well, you left me wallowing in a ready storm with nothing but my arms clenched tight grip to myself. This to me, was a incredible piece, well developed as-well-as descriptive. Much love to you, you've upgraded to a shooting star... Only, your shimmering gleaming trail of light is infinite. -blows kisses and shares Oreo sundaes Scholar

  • LilyLil On Friday, October 30, 2015, LilyLil (79)By person wrote:

    Awe this made my eyes watery. Remarkable use of words powering a new vivid scene. Excellent.

  • Roguish On Monday, October 12, 2015, Roguish (29)By person wrote:

    There is little more painful than destroying the one you love.

  • A former member wrote: Beautiful. You create such a beautifully descriptive picture!

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