She ignites my passion like a blue, unquenchable flame. She shatters my heart like a rock through a picture window. She boils my blood like a fire under a black, churning pot. She spins my head like a wild, insane, sped-up carousel. She paralyzes my mind like a rabbit caught in the headlights. She ices my brain like a January wind, cracking across the frozen lake. She blinds my eyes like a lost, terrified child in a dark cavern. She melts my body like a chunk of ice in the summer sun. She controls my will like a hook and chain through a bull's nose. She grips my desire like a hungry python wrapped around a monkey. She destroys my existence like a tornado through a West Texas city. She obliterates my being like a supernova in the heart of a galaxy.
There is a woman I hate to love. There is a man I hate for loving her. Oh how I hate myself for loving her.