Lock and Key

Lock and Key

A Poem by Chelle

A series of thoughts that comes along when being randomly pursued in a romantic sense, especially if his intentions reflect more than just attraction.

Piercing eyes
Linger over my body
His lips speak sweet words
Yet I have no need to gaze
Upon his pupils
To find the hunger within
Oh, do keep talking, sir
Do tell me of my "beauty"
While you continue to stare
Upon my legs, then my face,
then whatever other portions
of my body - when I turn my head.
While you attempt your pursuit,
I'll forever question your "real"
Do you take me for a fool?
Do you really believe I'll
at the touch of your fingers grazing
against my arm?
Try again, mate.
My heart has long been
Locked away inside
A sanctuary guarded
By troubled memories.
Charm alone won't do much good
to find the key.
Better luck next time.

© 2013 Chelle

Author's Note

Wrote this on a whim but feel free to review.

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Added on June 27, 2013
Last Updated on June 27, 2013
Tags: love, romance, "romance", suspicion, wrong intentions, heart, defense, guard




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