I walked straight into your eyes, pools of light that made me high. You held me tight and told me why there was no reason to fight or fear.
But night soon came, I was doomed from the start. I knew this already with my broken heart. We danced in moonlight, bare skin, glistening bright. You moved in me and took me high.
As our bodies melted, your lips eased my soul. My neck all a quiver. Skin now brailed with gold.
I wish you hadn’t come. I was doomed from the start and who’s here now to mend my sobering heart?
I trusted words knowing all too well, they were words to entice, not words to uphold.
I retreat now back into the dark, away from the bright lights of promise, away from that spark.
I knew that I was doomed from the start.