E Nigma


~Unprotected Pretentiousness~


I walked through the room
and saw your eyes searching
looking over the wounds
while waiting for one to

Be drawn in magnetism
Already imprisoned
By the push of the thrill
As they're pulled in the plunge

Round and down and down they go
This rabbit hole knows no bounds
Cradled in fear like a newborn
Eased in indiscretions unannounced

There's a first time for learning
The lessons in, yes you guessed it
The lips of a lover long lost in a chasm
Long toiled over dances done in romantic

lust worthy gazes through the
Web covered eyes
You wipe the webs away
To your surprise, you're still alive

Submitted: Friday, October 17, 2014

Topic(s): Thinking


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