Disallowance

Disallowance

A Poem by Mizuki Tsukiakari

Sip from the glass of sin.
Temptations scurry; my soul calescent.
Lips from a world, self has not been.
Inescapable eyes; arouse my senses.
Bury me in your honeyed heart.
Secure me away from distant eyes.
Emotion forbidden from the start,
Verbalized no, spoken as a lie.
Waves call me to your arms.
Morality permanently with me here.
Amaze me with your euphoric charms.
Worry not; you need never fear.

© 2014 Mizuki Tsukiakari


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Added on February 7, 2014
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