Swallow MeA Poem by Nina
How love can enslave you, willingly.
I may well have been a supernova, blinded by my own iridescence
Dying so beautifully that I had no notion of self-detstruction
All other beings fleeing before me and yet, you dared approach
But your darkness that suddenly surrounded me, it glittered
Reflecting in my eyes the feeling that had me on my knees, wanting you
And wanting to vomit my heart out at your feet
You, with the darkness of a new moon, binding me
By the rosary of onyx and steel wielded by your heart
So swallow me whole, dark-eyed demon of timelessness
And spit me back out in your hand, a purified diamond
Welded into the heart of that precious rosary that is your faith
Perhaps you needed the light that I had no use for
Or perhaps you wanted to enslave the destructive force that I was
If only to prove that you could, but no matter the case
You've ensured that my heart will always be close to yours.
© 2010 Nina
Added on April 10, 2010
Last Updated on April 10, 2010
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