Let He Not Know

Let He Not Know

A Poem by Chip

An improved version of my previous piece.

The stars sparkled,
And the red lights bloomed
Brightly on the pavement,
While my eyes glistened; 
Strong emotion
and cold, carving air stung.
Sparks flew from the fireworks,
It felt like nothing was wrong.
A gasp filled my lung.

No soul was present at ten;
Twas just you and I.
Pulling me closer
Your jacket was rough,
Shaking, I took a bite,
A bite of your sweet poison.
Let he not know what we've done,
Or face the consequences
Of this lust.

The dark clouds covered the stars,
And white streaks slashed the red lights,
Which bounced on the pavement,
You were gone.
I was left in the rain:
Facing the pain.

© 2015 Chip

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Added on April 23, 2015
Last Updated on April 24, 2015
Tags: love, romance, heartbreak, cheating, affair



Newry, United Kingdom

Hello! I have a fairly massive/strong interest in computers, and a love affair with Tomb Raider. As for my poetry, I use it as a way to let out my feelings. :) more..

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