Stephanie Guerrero


NOTICE


Do you think I don't notice?
How you leer at her with pure excitement radiating
From your dark brown eyes

I'm insulted when you deny the fact your mouth moistens in
delight from the unholy images clogging your senses when she graces
you with her presence


Desirable, I am no longer to you. My confidence was stolen from me.
You etched in my heart and mind your intense desires to be sexually gratified by anyone
other than myself and the hostile resentment that clearly surrounds it


We once shared a eccentric bond so fierce it was uncomperhendable to outsiders.

Alienation has now transformed me. A dark silenced room is where I cradle myself for comfort. The wounds are no longer mending and my soul is detached in every aspect

How long must I suffer before someone craves my endless love?

When will I experience the emotional sensation of being the hub of a companion's existence?

I too, harbor a spark that can ignite your darkest fantasies

If only you would notice me long enough allowing me a chance to seduce you with my charm….
If only you would notice

Submitted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013
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