Spilling my intestines on the plush blanket,
While we feed ourselves the truth naked,
Tongue strewn between my breasts,
I need you like a heroin needs a fine fix.
We clasp our hands with little to no affection,
And I am remembered of how easily I am mistaken,
For the woman I once was, has gone, she has left,
And her body is the vessel to a loveless kiss,
Don’t tell me you love me, don’t give me coffee in the morn,
I want my feelings to disintegrate and burn
Feed me your lines, don’t get attached
Because I can’t become sewn to a memory like this.
Feverish, and spurting sighs, as our cheeks flush,
And our lungs rise,
I speak of a perpetual maze that has been my life,
Hoping you’ll forget my pain in your averting eyes.
Don’t tell me you love me, don’t even give once inch,
I want to be someone who you toss and forget,
Because as lovers go, I can’t cope with commitment,
No, I need to be untangled from memories, with a loveless escapement