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Tempest Rose



Tempest Rose
By Andydon on 11/06/2011
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Hell has come to me tonight,
Your standing in my doorway,
Brunette hair electrified,
A medusa of a woman, come too take my heart,
How can I resist, my blood boils when your near,
The smell of your scented perfume driving me crazy,
I'm so in love with you,
What is it you do to me,
I try to end this partnership,
But you drag me like a magnet back into your arms,
"GO AWAY" "GO AWAY" (pause) as our lips touch "Go away" I succumb to your kisses,
Your frenzied luring,
Like a spider to its web,
Your piercing eyes, telling me, showing me, that I can have no other,
I don't want you, but I do want you,
I can't love you, but I do love you,
I'm frozen, frightened by your appeal,
When we are near, we are at the point of explosion!
When we are far, we hate each other with a vengance,
How long can we last together,
Each time you walk from my door, I lose you forever,
Each time you enter I can't push you out of my mind,
Like the storm that you are, you torture my head,
My soul has to pay, and I regret that your way,
Destroys me!
Yet bares my twisted heart,
I just can't let you go.......
Oh why, oh why, are you my Tempest Rose.



By Andydon On 11/6/2011 8:50:28 PM
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