l Killed The Snake - Part Two
Adam how can you say you loved me, then easily exile me from Eden Number 2,
you marked the move I made, called it a disgrace
secretly, you struck me with a lightning whip
a picture that, striped my dignity down to it's nakedness
should I run in shame again, fall to the ground ?
have you cast stones every time you pass me by ?
did I deserve this, after I offered you my true sweetness!
A wetness I never revealed to anyone but you
thank you for every special stroll under the moonlight
Adam, as dysfunctoonal as it may seem, it takes two not one
my heart for you, was coming from the true art of a beating drum
you took my love and tossed it out the door, allowing Satan to win
I myself allowed the trophy to sit on the wrong shelf,
I'm tired of defending my life, preaching, and teaching,
reaching for the right person to rescue me from the beatings
I wish I could sit in front of you, look you straight in the eyes,
so you can hear me say, never would I take a man like you for granted
my sweet Adam, for you I cut my veins every night, in hopes I bleed till I die
Tomorrow will be a different day, but the same heartbreak
you say you are not running, yet you took a different direction
well, here I am, expressing my mind and free will again
never will I ask for another chance, I'm not up for rejection
instead, I want you to know, I want you to be happy
I will smile every time I see you,
wondering, if you found the easy way out
Forever in my heart,
By Poet - Eve Menace
Copyright © Adam -- Eve | Year Posted 2014
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